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When stacked the Lily Chairs function as a single chair.
The chairs can be taken apart to be used as two individual chairs
Front view of an individual Lily Chair
Rear view of an individual Lily Chair
Each individual chair is made of two parts which can be separated to form a low dining table and chair set
Japanese-style dining table and chair set
Individual chair and dining set
When the Lily Chairs are not stacked the two individual chairs form mirror images of one another

Cramped dining tables and lonely TV Dinners are a thing of the past with the latest innovation from David Ross Design. A metamorphic piece of furniture the Lily Chairs can provide varied amounts of seating and also encourage informal communal dining.

When stacked the Lily Chairs function as a single chair, they can then transform to become two separate chairs. By further division these become two Japanese style dining table/chair sets. This versatile ply-formed furniture is the latest creation of Glasgow-based designer David Ross.

The Lily Chairs are designed to make the most of available space and to encourage communication through communal dining resulting in increased happiness and wellbeing.