The Reclaimed Seatbelt Chair Made Of Steel And Recycled Materials
After the sheer decadence of the Sparkly Barbecue Grill, the Reclaimed Seatbelt Chair serves as the perfect anecdote to get back to reality. Designed by Adam Barron, a student at University of Cincinnati, this stunning chair is surprisingly made of materials collected from the local junkyard. Manufactured from a steel rod frame and seat-belts, Barron wanted to communicate the five Japanese design principles: humor, craftsmanship, compactness, asymmetry and simplicity and there is no arguing that he achieved it flawlessly. The chair is handmade in New York and is a stunning synthesis of form and function.