Posted on June 11, 2007
The ulo chair is Ian Walton's degree project. It has two configurations; "lounge" and "upright". The transistion between the two is beautiful:
The rear legs are locked straight internally via 8mm PTFE coated, hardened steel shafts. In order to unlock the flexible sections in these legs the user presses down on the horizontal bar at the rear of the chair with their foot.
[via Josh Spear]
Yes, it's real a great concept.
It's so hard find something of really new about seating!
Posted by: ELMANCO / Stefano Ricci at June 12, 2007 10:56 AM .
Nice! That Hornet box front brings back the memories - I had one :-) Great little car. I ended up bumping the wheels up to something with larger rims and less sidewall, and eventually put a beetle body kit on it and raced it every weekend.
So many memories. Charge up the battery, put the car in a backpack and pedal for an hour to get to the saturday morning race track. Saweeet.
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