One of the coolest concepts in science fiction is levitation. Levitation is fast becoming more fact than fiction and this levitating lounge chair proves that.
The chair itself is made from clear acrylic for cool looks and because the powerful magnets would attract any metal to the base and the chair wouldn’t float. Keith Dixon and Steve Wild will launch the chair at the 100th Ideal Home Show in London.
The price of the chair is not for the faint of heart, your own floating throne will cost you about £5,875. You will want to avoid sitting on the floating seat with your wallet as well, lest your credit cards become non-functional and avoid the chair with your laptop.
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