The Flipp Chair

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Inspired by flowing movement and functionality, the Flipp Chair brings together minimalism and comfort in an eye-catching and clever design. Created by Turkish industrial designer Mhd Al Sidawi, the chair aims to provide a practical as well as distinctive seating solution for modern interiors.

The ingenious design features a rectangular base, three legs and a seat that easily flips in and out, as needed. Lightweight as well as easy to store and to move thanks to the folding construction, the chair is perfect for day to day use or as extra seating when friends come over for a visit. Its elegant yet simple appearance blends into any interiors with ease, complementing chic living spaces or refined offices at the same time. Designed with a solid wood or vibrant plastic frame, the chair offers a fresh take on classic folding chairs. A beautiful and practical seating option for the everyday. Image credits: Mhd Al Sidawi.

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