Muka Design Lab’s Reves Chair Has A Backrest “like A Shirt Collar”

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The quilted back of this chair by Spanish studio Muka Style Lab can be stood up straight or folded down.

Reves Chair by Muka Design Lab

Made from an oil-taken care of beech construction, the Reves Chair is upholstered in a two-tone quilted textile that is stiff ample to continue to be vertical without having the need to have of supports.


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When upright, the chair’s back cocoons the consumer in a private space. It can also be folded down in excess of the wooden frame, opening the sitter up to their environment.

Reves Chair by Muka Design Lab

“We wanted to layout a chair that protects you like a youngster in a tent,” Lucas Abajo of Muka Style Lab told Dezeen. “Also when we exactly where obtaining the remedy for a hood, we attempted to make it like a shirt collar, and we investigated how we could construct this type.”

Reves Chair by Muka Design Lab

The two configurations are developed to make it flexible for use in diverse scenarios.

Reves Chair by Muka Design Lab

“We desired to make a room to go through a guide or to come to feel protected in, for illustration when you go alone to a library or a bar,” explained Abajo. “And also give the possibility to chat with pals when the hood is folded down.”

Reves Chair by Muka Design Lab

The chair is created by carpenters and craftsmen from La Rioja using locally sourced beech wood, typically used for furnishings in northern Spain. It is upholstered making use of eco-friendly materials by manufacturer Trevira.

Reves Chair by Muka Design Lab

The Reves Chair was proven as part of Nude – the youthful designer showcase at Valencia Style Week earlier this month – in which Muka Design Lab have been hoping to safe a producer for manufacturing on a bigger scale.

Reves Chair by Muka Design Lab

Other chairs with changeable backrests contain Färg &amp Blanche’s seats that can be dressed up in an assortment of garments and Bernotat &amp Co’s coverings modelled on a grandma’s dressing gown, baggy overalls and an oven mitt.

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