Kaipin Chair is a chair inspired from traditional buildings of Kaiping old town, Guangdong province of China, locates within 100 kilometers northwest of Macau.

This chair is made from manchurian ash, which provide perfect pattern and strength. The setting of joints and screws on the chair makes it easy to get assembled from wood parts. When using this chair, the curves and the hardness you feel on your body could easily reminds you of Kaiping architecture style, and the lifestyle of Kaiping people.






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