Out of the crowd and into a womb chair

Rappler.com


Crowded commutes, jam-packed offices, and endless social media updates tend to make switching off an impossible endeavor in today’s interconnected and densely populated cities. Enter the womb chair, a wool pod felt with cushions stuffed with recycled wool fibers that’s supposed to replicate the comfort of being in your mother’s stomach, according to its inventor Freyja Sewell. Dubbed “Hush,” the dual-purpose chair provides a chance to hibernate in the round shaped solo unit or transform the pod into a cozy chair. It is not yet available for sale but the Hush is already making waves. Recently, it was selected as among “green heroes” by an environmentally conscious design group.


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