Exocet Chair by Stephane Leathead

Jan 20, 2015

Category: Living

If we said that Exocet, a new concept chair by Montreal-based designer Stéphane Leathead, reminds us of sex furniture, well, we might not be able to stay focused throughout this write-up. So, we’re just not gonna say it.

But there’s no denying that design studio Designarium has crafted a chair that can be used in a variety of positions. The key to the versatility is the identical slats on the rotating cylinder, allowing the user to change the chair’s shape easily when the moment strikes. With soft curves and that long flowing shape, it definitely has more sex appeal than say, the musty recliner in your den. It’ll be officially presented at the Interior Design Show in Toronto later this month.

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