Here’s How Laura Kampf Created a Heated Shop Chair!
“Here’s a fantastic project where Laura Kampf demonstrates what we consider solid design thinking: A combination of analysis, problem-solving and outside-of-the-box thinking.” Via Core77
Laura / Industrial Designer’s solution:
“The space is too big to heat. I have observed that I am most cold when I sit down. Therefore, it would be the least expensive, and most efficient, to warm myself when I am sitting down.”
You can’t exactly pick up a heated chair at your local furniture store, so Laura then DIY’ed her solution into existence, starting at an automotive junkyard:
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