Inspired from Styrofoam wrappings of fruits used in the Japanese markets, Keisuke Fujiwara designed swallowed chairs by molding the material. The chair is given a curved shape which results in a giant pinched fruit wrapping.

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The Japanese designer used Styrofoam due to its flexibility and capability to take different forms and shapes.

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In addition, its effective cushioning technique, made it possible to create various forms of the chair by changing the position of the openings.

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One form has an opening from the foot of the chair to its back while the other from the bottom of the seat to the floor.

By Marwah Garib

Courtesy of Keisuke Fujiwara

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