Budapest-based architecture firm Architecture Uncomfortable Workshop decided to explore other types of design, ones that didn’t require a computer, and set out to realize products made in their carpenter workshop. One of those is the Wool Chair, a seat that most definitely doesn’t look like it reflects the firm’s ‘uncomfortable’ name.

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Inspired by the traditional wooden hay drying racks used in Europe, the wooden spoked base is wrapped with wool to provide a comfy cushion for seating.

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The chair was designed for the Warming Hut competition (an arts and architecture competition that takes place on ice) and since wool provides warmth, the fluffy fiber is the perfect material to keep your buns warm.

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