Text-ile Concept Chair Makes Good Use Of Old Keyboards

Text-ile Concept Chair Makes Good Use Of Old Keyboards

Text-ile (Images courtesy MoCo Loco)
By Andrew Liszewski

Designed by Dante Bonuccelli for the 2009 UMUL Project (Use More, Use Less) the Text-ile chair is made from discarded keyboards, and might actually be just as comfortable for touch typists as it is for hunt-and-peck types. Of course the comfort level depends on the type of keyboard being used, and if this chair ever goes into production I’m sure there will be a dedicated group who refuse to sit in it unless it’s made from an old IBM buckling spring model.

[ MoCo Loco – Text-ile by Dante Bonuccelli ] VIA [ Cribcandy ]

8 thoughts on “Text-ile Concept Chair Makes Good Use Of Old Keyboards”

  1. Make beautiful chair with old keyboard , that is a great idea for make waste profitable .
    So cool. I wonder how we can make old mouse profitable?
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    there are many kinds wonderful consumer electronics that I like it very much!

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