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This Unique Chair Is Designed To Encourage Informality

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Drexel University student Carl Durkow, has just exhibited his new chair design, named ‘Narl‘, at ICFF 2016 in New York. The chair has an almost feather-like appearance, with a large curved base allowing for the chair to become a rocker.

h/t: contemporist

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