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Introducing Label

Designed with ease-of-use in mind, Label is a foldable chair by Canadian designer Felix Guyon. Almost unrecognizable once folded, Label ensures that it won’t add clutter to your daily life.

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    I absolutely love this idea if you live in a cramped apartment you can get 4 of these and fold them away to save space !
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