For the respect we have for creativity, innovation is always given a red-carpet treatment. But a punch of style and knock of feasibility should cling to such innovation if it craves to win accolades from the masses. Such thoughts happen to run through my mind when I first laid my eyes on this twisted ball of nylon ropes, which apparently claims to be a piece of seating. Tom Price came up with a line of ‘Melt-Down’ chairs by melting different plastics with a seat-shaped mold. No traces of upholstery which means your lower body will not experience heavenly comfort here. Not much of rocket science is involved in its making; a recess is created in the middle of a clustered polypropylene rope by means of a heated seat-shaped object. The end-result is a contrast-colored seating space on a stockpile of ropes. You could have your own doubts whether this would actually function as a chair and for looks, I already have my thumbs down!