How This Chair Conquered The World
No matter where in the world you’re from, it’s highly likely that you have already sat in a Monobloc chair at some point, probably many times. Despite its affordability and status as the best-selling chair in history, the Monobloc is getting a lot of hate.
Why is this chair so ubiquitous? Is it an example of good or bad design? And why all the controversy?
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