What?! You did’t build the chair you sit upon? Well, we all know that you’ve got extra elbow grease to spare, and hey, when’s the last time you picked up a hammer anyways? This Sedia Chair, designed by Enzo Mari in 1974, arrives ready for assembly; all you need is your brain, half an hour, and a hammer. And, when you’re done, you can sit back in the chair and shout to anyone within earshot, “I [insert expletive] BUILT this with MY OWN TWO HANDS!” Instructional video below.
“The Sedia Chair, designed by Enzo Mari in 1974, comes in a small box which contains 13 pre-cut pine pine boards, a handful of nails, and an ingenious assembly manual (that will make a great poster when you’re done).”