Drops Chair by Camilla Hounsell Halversen

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This fancy chair- created by Camilla Hounsell Halversen of Norway-is called the Drops chair. Its four-legged stainless steel frame holds an inner tube covered with recycled upholstery material. The tube and the chair are not attached, so the sitter (of the chair of course) can adjust the tube to a more comfortable angle if need be. Or it can even be taken off the chair completely and be place on the ground to be used as a pouffe.
However you decide to sit, this chair is definitely cool!

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