Anatomical armchairs

The message of these lovely anatomical armchairs seems to be, "Tain't no sin, to take off your skin and laze around in your guts."

Flow armchair by AK-LH (via Cribcandy)


  1. I like the back of the chair a lot more than the front. I think an armchair made of living flesh would be cool.

    And infinitely creepy.

  2. #2: Cenobite chair! I can see it, with tendons and joints to facilite reclining. Infinitely gross. Sticky.

    And seconded that the back is much better than the front, I’d rather see some bone work or something with a lower contrast to the background colour.

    Very nice though!

  3. @demon, #2

    Why creepy? Children up to the age of 4-5 seem to appreciate them greatly. They’re warm and cuddly and the arms that folds on you…

  4. Hmmm, maybe a see-through/’anatomical’ version of the chair?

    Or a dressed-up chair, like Mr. Bean’s TV-watching chair?

  5. That’s a bad idea. What if an assassin was aiming at you from behind? He would know exactly where your vital organs and arteries were.

  6. We are really glad to read that our ‘Flow’ armchair is generating so many feelings and comments!

    Carry on that way guys… We have got many other nice surprises in the tube to make you talk about.

    And don’t hesitate to have a look at

    All the best!

    Aksel & Le Helloco (AK-LH)

  7. I tried this link because at the history museum in the small town where my grandparents lived, they had both a chaise lounge and a formal-dining-room type chair (complete with purple velvet seat cover) that were made solely from horse bones, heavily lacquered. The chair had glass eyes embedded in the sides of the top spinal vertebrae (I was, at 6 and 7 years old, simultaneously creeped out and too fascinated to look away.)

    I’m a little disappointed in this chair after that experience, although it is cool.

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