Offline chair blocks off mobile and WI-FI signals
Today we spend more and more time looking at screens of our smartphones. We pull out our smartphones  unconsciously whenever we have a free moment, which prevents us from focusing on one thing, and simply from relaxing. Studies show that an average user unlocks  the phone 110 times per day, and record-breakers even 900!
 
Offline chair was design to change these customs. The furniture provides a space where the user can really relax. The primary function of the chair is associated with its special offline pocket that blocks off mobile and Wi-Fi signals. This allows the user to get a moment of quietness without constantly hearing the sound of a ringing phone. 
 
The furniture presented here is a chair upholstered with soft covering fabric that provides a cozy, intimate, comfy and silent space around the user. It makes you feel safe and isolates you from the surrounding environment.
Offline chair has high sides and back to enclose the user in a silent space 
A removable piece of fabric on top provides an even more removed setting.
With a variety of finishing and dimension options to be selected, the chair may be a perfect solution for crowded office areas to help people to concentrate, or may be used at home to create a  relaxation zone.  
Photos by Adam Markowski
 
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Offline chair is a final project created during Master studies of Furniture Design at the University of Fine Arts in Poznan, Poland.
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