Tuesday, March 11, 2008

ulo chair.

ulo chair by ian walton.

the chair has two configurations; an “upright” configuration for more demanding applications such as working, studying or eating, and a “lounge” configuration for leisure based activities and general relaxed postures.

the ulo chair was designed in response to the growing movement towards compact living spaces for sustainability.

the changeover between each configuration involves one swift movement in which the rear legs “bend” and the seat shell pivots about its front connection point. This simplistic movement was designed in response to the plethora of poor multifunctional products which currently exist. these products are always difficult to reconfigure, and often perform poorly in one/more position.


  1. This is so cool. I wish the video showed someone sitting on it though.


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