This is a school project of a student at the University of Cincinnati, Adam Barron. It’s called Reclaimed Seatbelt Chair. The chair is made of a steel rod frame and seatbelts he collected from a local junkyard. This is one of the best designs I’ve ever seen made of reclaimed auto parts. I love things that are giving new life to the old parts. His design incorporates three of five Japanese design principles: humor, craftsmanship, compactness, asymmetry and simplicity. The chair is handmade in New York and, because of its nature, each chair is one-of-a-kind. Would you like to have one?