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Knitted Jumper Chair by Bertjan Pot
Here’s a cool and twisted chair shape from Dutch designer Bertjan Pot. Exhibited during the major Milan events this year, “Jumper” was launched by British brand Established & Sons.
Built from steel and wood, the chair was then covered in a material created in a clothing making machine. The uncommon furniture product has an interesting knitted exterior. The reason one couldn’t tell that is because the cover was washed at a very high temperature in order to make the wool less prominent. Buttons were used in order to keep the material together. Its look is unusual and dynamic, with a back resembling a heart shape and twisted arms and legs. How do you like it?
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