I had the opportunity to work with a student at the University of Georgia who was a fashion major tasked with developing a concept using materials unlikely in the fashion industry. I collaborated with her on an acrylic chair concept that evolved into the project you see here. We wanted the chairs to be of double use, capitalizing on the transparency of the acrylic. We decided to do a cube chair with a cushion top that can be removed to expose the storage below it. I developed a simple, flat pack table that could easily break down for transportation. A unique pattern was sandblasted on the tabletop to add another dimension of style to this project.