Wednesday, August 18, 2004

mars. chair.

The Mars Chair has a lot of angles on it, but none of them are right angles. That doesn't mean they're wrong angles, just that the chair has a unique surface geometry.

the. more. you. look.
All that edgy geometry makes the chair look different from different points of view, or so the copywriters say. They also make it comfortable to sit in, since the seat has a hollow for your, um, other planets, and the back is slightly inclined.

the. color. red.
Mars comes in a few colors, but if you get it in anything other than red you're a Philistine. I mean, really, a white Mars chair? Not happening. The good news is that while it costs NASA billions to go to Mars, you can have this Mars chair brought to you for just about $1,300.


Blogger Marco K said...

Red chair. The 2001 meeting room chairs were also red... hmmm. I really can't think of a place for this chair, unless if I had a room where the floor is lit, the windows had no frame and the walls were made of hard plastic (in other words, not in my house, not for this price anyway). haha

9:47 PM  
Blogger Feng Qin said...

Not bad this design. It is right way to use red colour. More attrative mah.. Keep it up!

4:08 AM  
Blogger Mike Thorn said...

$1300, eh?

Hang on a minute while I go out in my garage and fiddle with the tablesaw for a few minutes.

Nice chair, but no seat (I don't care if it's a Pony or a Mars Chair) is worth $1300, in my opinion. It would have to be a royal throne to make me think about spending that much on one chair.

5:21 AM  
Blogger you know who said...

Cripes, why is it so expensive to have cool furniture??

9:46 AM  

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