Alfredo Haberli is a pretty smart guy, and he's also a pretty good designer. He realized that people sitting on a chair might need a table to go with it. Maybe they'd want to just put their drink on the table, but maybe they'd need to write on it too, or put their laptop on it. So rather than design a chair and then designing a table to go with it, he designed the Solitaire, which is both at the same time.
I saw the chair while browsing the Offecct site, so never having sat in it I can't say how comfortable it is. But I'm assuming you can either sit on it with your legs forward, in the traditional manner, or with your legs under the table part. Cool, huh? Yeah, I thought so too. With all that functionality, though, the design is still straightforward and clean.
one. thing. missing.
The only thing the Solitaire is missing is a price. I couldn't find one online. I mean, I know it's got to be expensive, I just don't know how expensive. For now I'd just assume that "how expensive" equals "very" or possibly "very, very."