LOCK Furniture’s Konstantin Achkov has designed the New Electron Chair, that’s part sculpture, part interlocking furniture, and 100% zero waste. Launched on Kickstarter, the flat-pack chair is CNC milled from a single sheet of 18-millimeter-thick beech plywood and can be easily assembled without the need for screws or nails. The wood is finished with teak oil and is shipped with two pieces of UV-coated textile for the seat and backrest. The leftover segments of the beech plywood sheet were transformed into a set of accessories, including peanut trays, tea-light holders, and coat hangers. The Electron Chair is available for the early-bird price of £135 on Kickstarter.
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