Paneled Chair Responds to Your Movements

Paneled Chair Responds to Your Movements

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Tara Bellucci
Dec 26, 2012
Students at UdK Berlin and ID5 Interactive Systems have come up with "1001," a multi-function seat and lounge that molds to your movements. Made up of over 30 panels connected to a rounded base by elastic rods, the surface curves to fit your body as you change position.

In other news, Forbes names the country's 15 friendliest towns, and a home in Japan has a tree garden behind a glass wall. See the headlines after the jump.

Weird Object Of The Day: Take A Seat In This Crazy 2-in-1 Recliner | Architizer
The 15 Friendliest Towns In America Named By Forbes And Nextdoor.com | Huff Post Home
Peek Into This Japanese Garden Surrounded By 6,000 Glass Bricks | Architizer

(Image: via Architizer)

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