A design company Fallen Furniture has unveiled a 737 Cowling Chair that was made from a cowling of a jet, the silver removable covering that houses the airplane’s engine
Crafted from the cowling of a Boeing 737 engine, the 737 Cowling Chair is the brainchild of Fallen Furniture, a design company that uses reclaimed aircraft parts to create functional home and office pieces. Each creation of Fallen Furniture is meticulously crafted with an emphasis on originality and personality, resulting in a distinctive and decorative tribute to aviation heritage and engineering, guaranteed to intrigue, to captivate, and to inspire conversation in any home or place of business.
Described as “colossal, luxurious piece of furniture, the 737 Cowling Chair spins weightlessly, on its highly polished spun aluminium base. It sits in the original orientation like you would see if it was mounted to an airplane. At six-and-a-half feet high and six-and-a-half feet wide, the swivel-based chair is being touted by the manufacturer as the epitome of luxury seating. The chair has a high gloss shell and a “hand mirror polished cowling,” according to Fallen Furniture’s website. The Cowling’s interior is upholstered in leather. This unique and impressive masterpiece would be a highlight of any room.
The tailor made 737 Cowling Chair can be purchased for $27,724, and Fallen Furniture claims that couple of those have been sold.
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