Minimalist designs always seem a bit devoid of that zing. But Missing Chair is one piece of furniture that’ll leave you astounded, and then some more. The Missing Chair plays around with the basic form of a chair and delivers eccentricity. Actually Missing Chair is a misnomer in that it actually is Missing Chairs, being a collection of seven chairs. Each of these seven chairs is different from the others; maybe subtly so. Also they can be arranged to form different angular compositions, even a bench. Conceived from an idea that a solitary chair rarely exists alone but is always a part of collection of chairs, the Missing Chair is a bit of individuality that living rooms in general lack. Each chair measures 47x47cm and h.77cm. They are lacquered and tubular and the sitting plates are interchangeable with felt option. Together the Missing Chairs promise to create an optical illusion around your table. The Missing Chairs is an effort by Nobody&Co.