Fallen Furniture, a UK-based design company that uses reclaimed aircraft parts to create functional appliances, has unveiled a one-of-a-kind chair that was once a 737 Engine. Created from the engine cowling of an Boeing 737 by Harry and Ben Tucker, brothers and design partners, this colossal, luxurious chair, spins weightlessly, on its highly polished spun aluminium base.

Stood in its original orientation, this immense, captivating structure, is the opitome of luxury seating. The epic proportions of the high gloss flawlessly finished shell and dark interior upholstered in the high- est quality leather, frame the hand mirror polished cowling opulently. This unique and impressive masterpiece would form centre of any room.

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all images courtesy of Fallen Furniture