Furniture has had a long affair with the art of weaving, right from wicker chairs that sport woven patterns to wooden seating arrangements that sometimes use woven fibers extensively. To take this relationship up a step, India-based Acid Studio has unleashed the Cetka, a chair that is influenced by the art of weaving. The chair has intricately interlacing lines that serve as an ornamental advantage while giving the seat a sturdy base.
The chairs have been created in a range of colors to fit into just about every living room. Made from lightweight plastic, these can be easily shifted around whenever required and are contemporary, with just a minor hint of vintage woven furniture. The Cetka chairs are stackable too, enabling you to quickly store them away whenever required. Tell us what you think about these unconventionally awesome seating arrangements?