Okay wow. We’re just staring at this Boeing 737 chair. That’s right, this chair was made from the cowling of an actual Boeing 737 engine. The Boeing 737 chair measures 200cm x 200cm x 200cm, which means it’s over 6 and a half feet in every direction. This upcycled chair would literally swallow you whole! Which, in our opinion, is a great quality in a chair.
The Boeing 737 chair was made by Fallen Furniture, who work out of a restored 17th century shop in Bath, UK. Fallen Furniture specialize in upcycling authentic aircrafts. They take pride in breathing new life into parts from both military and civilian airplanes. Their upcycled furniture pays a creative homage to the history of aviation.
The colossal Boeing 737 chair is an epic and luxurious upcycled chair. It spins effortlessly on a highly-polished spun aluminium base. The shell is flawlessly finished in a high gloss and the dark interior is upholstered in the finest quality leather.
Each piece of Fallen Furniture is crafted with an emphasis on originality and personality. After all, there aren’t too many Boeing 737 cowling engines kicking about. One needs to make sure to get it right! Fallen Furniture draw inspiration for their pieces from the Art Deco movement as well as robust industrial furniture. They combine this with the 21st century eco design movement, marrying beautifully engineered aircraft parts with an eclectic mix of sustainable metals, wood and textiles. We think this Boeing 737 chair is an absolute work of art! Fallen Furniture also make clocks from Boeing 747 windows, tables from emergency exit doors and insanely cool standing lamps from airplane exhausts. These pieces are the definition of conversation starters!
For those wondering, the price of the Boeing 737 chair is not published and available only on request. We’ll just start saving now..
Source: Fallen Furniture
3 Thoughts on Boeing 737 Chair
Absolutely fantastic! Beautiful, slick, stylish and I really really want one!!! Well done, brilliant design.
Would be great if there were recessed lights inside to make it cozy for us book worms. 🙂
This reminds me of chairs that was at a Dallas Community College campus back in the late 1960s. I used to love to set in those chairs. I felt like I was in my own cocoon with the world bustling around me.