Inspired by sea waves, the Shair by designer Brian Moy is a multifunctional seat for two that doubles as a small workstation where you may place your portable devices. The two sitting spots of the chair are of different heights, allowing people of different lengths to sit on it. Finished with corrugated cardboard sheets, three horizontal and 36 vertical, the low cardboard seat locks together, using a system of slots without any glue or tape, while the I-beam inspired geometry (despite the curves and arches) makes it extremely strong. Regardless of its solid form, the chair is not just comfortable to sit on but also highly portable, as it can be disassembled and packed flat with minimum fuss. The seating systems is very compact in size and measures just 1 foot (height), 32 inches (depth) and 3 ft (wide).