This isn’t the first subwoofer chair featured here at Geeky Gadgets. But it sure is the headscratcher, at first look it gives the impression of a poorly manufactured bath tub. The ergonomics aren’t very appealing either. A little research into the persona behind this weird creation reveals that a holistic philosophy is driving its stark look and it’s called Essentialism. Whatever essentialism is or means, it leaves zero space for frills, which is a good thing.
Given the proclivity to disregard the technical specifications of a particular piece of work, there’s scant information on how much power this Woofer Chair exudes. What passes for a product page also claims the customer can modify its features, though we doubt this is possible given how bare the Woofer Chair’s look is.
Whatever the Woofer Chair lacks in substance, however, it certainly compensates for with understated style. Imagine this in a corner of your friend’s place ad you’re wondering if its furniture or something functional. You take a seat then it starts playing the the sound causes your whole body to tremble. Ohhh. The Woofer Chair looks like a addition to a party, though spilled drinks all over its polished surface might dirty it to an unbearable degree.
Also, a couple of arm rests would’ve been nice. You know, to put your Turbo Tango on while you dig the pulsating muzack.
The Woofer Chair was done by Ministry of Design for its client Saporiti Italia, who may or may not manufacture it in the near future.
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