Designer Transforms A Boeing 737 Jet Engine Into A Massive Chair

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UK-based furniture design company Fallen Furniture, have created a huge chair out of a BOEING 737 Engine Cowling. Looking like it belongs in some type of futuristic setting, this over-sized chair, is a pure attention seeker. The chair, which can actually spin on its base, has a highly polished exterior shell, and a dark luxurious leather interior.

h/t: contemporist

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