Be Fearless. Be Seated. A ‘Dangerously Safe’ Stool Series For The Fearless – Design You Trust

Be Fearless. Be Seated. A ‘Dangerously Safe’ Stool Series For The Fearless

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This project merges stools with popular weapons, but with a twist. The stools are made of strong glass and one can see clearly through them. While the weapon will not pierce the furniture when seated, it creates an illusion to do so. In return, only the fearless will dare to take a tour of this stool.

h/t: boredpanda

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