Alexander Brink and Antti Pulli are currently based in Helsinki where they are pursuing industrial design degree from Aalto University. Together they have created the “Yksi” chair, meaning “one” in Finnish, which is made up of a single piece of cardboard to minimize its use of space also requiring no loose parts or ends.
Within seconds, the light but sturdy chair can be folded together from its flat state. Fold lines are created by strategically slicing away strips of the outer layer and exposing the corrugated brown fiber within. — designboom
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