It was purposefully designed for single dwellings, which take relatively small space in urban, like Seoul in Korea, one of the most condensed population in the world.
In terms of material use, it takes several advantage of the quality, such as eco-friendly, cost saving, lightness.
As Plywood required to consume less volume than ordinary hard wood, it increases chance to produce more products efficiently.
In addition, it is cheaper, and lighter so that the chair contributes to save cost not only for production, but consumers.
Comparably Light weight of the product, which is about 5.7kg, reduces the cost of transportation and Co2 emission.
In short, It is made of cheap and light material, but strong enough to maintain more than 120kg and stackable.
Thus I think that although the chair was born to function in small, limited living space and only takes necessary element, it fulfills the demand of young people who cannot afford luxurious designer’s chair but still care about style of living.
It isn’t neither perfect beauty, nor any feel of luxury, but I believe it is a chair that people need.