2008, Materials: Polypropylene, 84X67X66 cm Courtesy of Michal Shaul
Flux is a Injecting one sheet of polypropylene produces a chair weighing five kilograms and capable of bearing a weight of up to 160 kilos. The unique flat design of the chair is space saving - a stack of one meter high can hold 77 stairs, which allows many chairs to be moved together, thus saving transportation and petrol costs, as well as reducing air pollution.The product designers duo Tom Schouten (born in Holland) & Douwe Jacobs, , founded their studio called Flux in 2009, where they began focusing on the concept of the folding chair. The two studied together for their master's degree at the Technical University of Delft, where they produced their first joint project. The hybrid name Flux - a combination of Luxury and Flexible - describes the concept of a contemporary adaptation of the traditional chair.