Budapest-based architecture firm Architecture Uncomfortable Workshop has created the Wool Chair, which ironically looks anything but uncomfortable.
Part of a design project that aims to come up with products that does not require a computer to realize, the chair consists of a wooden spoked frame—to create a cushy seat, one simply wraps this frame with a thick padding of cotton wool.
Inspired by traditional hay-drying racks used in Europe, the chair was designed for the Warming Hut competition that takes place on ice, making this fluffy and cozy piece perfect for keeping your behind toasty.
Looking like a white sheep from afar, view images of the Wool Chair “grazing” on a field below.
[via Design Milk]