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This Chair Made From a 737 Engine Is Upcycling at Its Finest

This Chair Made From a 737 Engine Is Upcycling at Its Finest: via Fallen Furniture

via Fallen Furniture

“Reduce, reuse, recycle” is a mantra not just for hardcore tree-huggers, but for anyone who gives half a fuck about the impact humans are having on the planet and wants to make smarter purchases. So what do you do when you have a massive cowling used to cover the engine on a Boeing 737 jet, the same plane that gets in drag races with Teslas? If you’re Fallen Furniture, you reuse it and upcycle it into a massive, massive chair. The British design firm created the 737 Cowling Chair, which measures 78 inches high by 78 inches wide and 78 inches deep. Despite its enormous size, the chair spins easily on a polished aluminum base. The seat inside is upholstered in fine leather and the cowling is polished to a mirror finish. It looks like the kind of chair that a vintage Bond villain (or Dr. Evil) would sit in, and makes those egg-shaped chairs from the 70s seem downright puny by comparison. No price is listed for the chair, nor are there instructions for getting such a massive piece of furniture into your home or office.

See more pictures of the 737 Cowling Chair below.

via Fallen Furniture

via Fallen Furniture

via Fallen Furniture

via Fallen Furniture


Justin Tejada is a writer and editor based in New York City. Follow him on Twitter at @just_tejada.

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