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Posted By Sarah Rich On August 24, 2005 @ 8:39 pm In green furniture,Transforming Furniture | No Comments
It seems a lot of contemporary designs take inspiration from the classic toys of our childhood; the Turn Your Head  pirolettes and the Lovetann  modular home are just a few we’ve covered recently. The Otto Chair undoubtedly falls into the “evolved kid-toy” category, with unusual, rounded shapes that fit into one another like the oversized 3-D wooden puzzles we used to play with. Industrial designer (and contributing voice of MocoLoco ) Greg Ball , developed the Otto Chair as a concept piece that functions as both furniture and sculpture. The chair is accompanied by an ottoman that fits inside the base of the chair for storage.
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 Turn Your Head: http://www.inhabitat.com/entry_390.php
 Lovetann: http://www.inhabitat.com/entry_309.php
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