The Chubby Chair is built up using very stout layers. The layers are from recycled plastics of the interiors of discarded refrigerators.
The chair gets its ultimate shape by bending the legs and seat in the right direction, this in contrast of traditional 3D printing.
It is like the in-house developed extruder, mounted on a robotic arm, squeezes out a tube of paint.
The mouldable looking Chubby looks as soft as toothpaste but is in fact as strong as oak.
The ChubbyCHAIR was acquired for the permanent collection of the Vitra Design Museum and The Design Museum in London.
This product is suitable for outdoor use. Please note, however, that extended exposure to sunlight may cause slight discolourations.