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The seamless chair was made for the sofa project organized by Stichting Sofa and De Ploeg. They asked a few designers to come up with new ideas for upholstered furniture which would be showed in exhibition 'Under Cover'. One of my fantasies about upholstering was making it seamless. A small quest led me to felt. I have seen several art projects where things were covered seamlessly in felt and since most felt is 100% wool and most upholstery as well...
Regular furniture's woolen upholstering starts to peel after a few years and turns in to felt. As that happens its’ look just gets nicer, hopefully the same will happen to my seamless chair. Another advantage is that this chair will never ruin your wooden floor because it doesn't need those stick-on felt gliders. The proto-type was upholstered by the Amsterdam company Van Vilt. The Seamless chair has been included in the collection of Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam.