Honey-Pop Chair

Designed By

Tokujin Yoshioka, a Japanese designer and artist, designed the Honey-Pop Chair in 2001. Yoshioka is inspired by light, nature, new materials, and new processes. The Honey-Pop Chair is a foldable made of thin paper, generally used for lanterns. The chair looks fragile, but I can support a lot of weight when it is unfolded.

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2000s

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Paper

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