Stealth Chair Final Judging

March 15, 2011 § 2 Comments

The event I’ve been leading up to is complete!

Our chair is made 100% out of sheet cardboard and has no adhesives, glues or fasteners. The shell was folded over an internal skeleton and fitted using a dovetail design of our own invention and the more traditional slot method. The competition was to hold the judge at around 165 lbs but in our personal testing it would probably survive 200+ as the skeleton is surprisingly solid.

There are plans on making limited runs out of aluminum. No pricing has been set at this time.


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§ 2 Responses to Stealth Chair Final Judging

  • Karl says:

    Nice! Looks can obviously be deceiving if it can withstand 200lbs. How is it in terms of comfort?

    • Brennan says:

      The seat shapes were designed based on ergonomic lengths so they’re surprisingly comfortable despite the sharp aesthetic.

      The potential aluminum one might feature some sort of neoprene cushion, but it really isn’t that bad as it is.

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