Made of plywood, this original armchair can also be transformed into pouffes. Light, refined, it is also playful.
Created and imagined by the Polish designer Agneszka Kowal, the Dango chair is made of flexible plywood thanks to an experimental technique of laser cutting, two fabric poufs filled with sponge and stuffing. Arranged on the seat, they become cushions, on the ground, they constitute two additional seats. Two leather belts form the armrests.
Ideal for small spaces that may require additional seating, easily transportable, the Dango chair is also aesthetic. It’s a blow of heart!
See the designer’s website: http://agnieszkakowal.com/