This Giant Chair Is Made From a Recycled 737 Jet Engine
Date Published: 04/24/2017 2:23 PM (Updated: 05/09/2017 3:51 PM)
There's not many times where you'd want to crawl inside of a jet engine. As we've seen in the 2004 documentary series LOST, you can easily be sucked up into a running engine and be made into a human flavored puree. This massive chair is made from a recycled 737 jet engine, and turns it into an extremely luxurious and ludicrously expensive chair that will surely turn you into an evil villain, similar to the Ultimate Evil Villian Chair we featured a while back.
With the jet engine chair measuring a massive 6.5 feet tall x 6.5 feet wide x 6.5 feet deep and weighing 400 lbs, you'd probably expect that you'd need a massive crane along with a huge door frame to even get this behemoth into your house. But actually they designed the chair to come apart into three separate pieces to
easily backbreakingly transport it wherever you want it.
The jet engine chair was created by Fallen Furniture, a United Kingdom based company that recycles authentic aircraft parts and turns them into luxurious furniture pieces. They take parts from both military and civilian aircrafts and explore creative and innovative ways to breath new life into the giant remarkable pieces of engineering.
The 737 jet engine chair is made from an engine cowling of a Boeing 737, spins weightlessly 360 degrees around on its highly polished spun aluminum base, has a highly glossed flawlessly finished shell along with upholstery that's made using the highest of quality dark interior leather, and would surely be the centerpiece of any room it's placed into.
Check out the recycled jet engine chair in action via the video below.