It is inspiring to utilize a belt and some recycled materials have been successfully combined by Adam Barron, a student at the University of Cincinnati, this time in the chair design, a combination of materials collected from the local junkyard and then processed into something of value. Made of steel rod frame and seat belt, Barron wanted to convey messages which are the five principles of Japanese design: humor, expertise, compactness, asymmetry and simplicity and there is no reason that he reached was perfect. The chair is the result of hand-made in New York and is a stunning synthesis of form and function.



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