Part sculpture, part product, this crumpled aluminium chair is to make its debut at the Salone del Mobile this year.
It's by Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka, who created the piece for Italian furniture giants Moroso.
"Memory" has a rather poetic concept behind it. Essentially a chair without a shape that completes its design by means of a transforming silhouette, Memory therefore has a unlimited variety of forms - rather like our own memories.
"For this work, I developed a special fabric with recycled aluminum, and pondered about creating a chair that transforms and memorises its shape. This chair might remind us of the beauty in nature with its ever-changing expressions, and also create impression as if there is no presence of design." says Yoshioka of his new work.