In what seems to be a gooey design for a chair, the Ondule Chair was actually made to portray digital data. But no thanks to a unique interpretation of pixels and sound waves, the whole thing does look a bit eerie although can reportedly offer the necessary comfort that one would certainly look for in functional home pieces.
The chair was designed by Mattis Esnault and is made out of foam-like 3D printed fabric that is topped with a predefined frame.
The odd quilted pattern gives it an undulating surface that makes it appear as it if is constantly moving. Light and shadows bring the Ondule Chair further to life.