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May 28, 2013
Launched by Bridie Picot and Matt Smith at ICFF 2013, Thing Industries is a young upstart with a witty outlook on furniture design. Case in point, this seat-shaped rack, called the Sacrificial Chair.
Chair meets garment rack, by Thing Industries, debuted at ICFF 2013
Thing Industries' Sacrificial Chair is a clever take on occasional seating. (If it's in the bedroom, you'd throw clothes on it, anyway, right?)
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Sacrificial Chair from Thing Industries is available in Graphite or Off-White for $180
The Sacrificial Chair available in Graphite or Off-White powdercoating. (Thing Industries, $180)
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Chair meets garment rack, by Thing Industries, debuted at ICFF 2013
Thing Industries' Sacrificial Chair is a clever take on occasional seating. (If it's in the bedroom, you'd throw clothes on it, anyway, right?)

Thing Industries launched at the 2013 ICFF with six clever furniture and home goods: a bear-shaped Rorscach-like rug, a very furry footstool, a series of stackable, modular tables. The pieces that most tickles our fancy is a witty take on the occasional bedroom chair—the one Most Likely To Collect Detritus. In this case, the chair's frame is the entire structure, making for a seat-shaped rack ideal for holding clothes, magazines, or whatever castoffs may come its way. 

Sacrificial Chair from Thing Industries is available in Graphite or Off-White for $180
The Sacrificial Chair available in Graphite or Off-White powdercoating. (Thing Industries, $180)

Coming soon from Thing Industries for $180; material is powder-coated metal, and some assembly (though no tools) required. 

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