To make it not so easy and trivial on 4 legs, we reached for the historical scissor chair, (also known as Savonarola’s chair). Our interpretation of this chair is a distinctly organic line that was meant to blur the boundaries between utility and art. As usual with us, art is supposed to be interwoven with function, i.e. the chair is supposed to be an art object and the art is supposed to be functional. The asymmetry of this chair gives it a dynamic movement. The chair is quite mocking in its expression, hence its name, after Bertold Brecht.