Ever since the first days of civilization, humans have organized their existence around an object that is simple in conception and easy to use: the chair. It’s a warm and close object, very common but full of contradictions. It is a classic and permanent element, yet in permanent evolution. It can be a symbol of nobility and power, but also an instrument of torture. Any chair could tell us thousands of stories and, as Juan Forn says: “one chair’s stories always offer something to learn, wether it is to escape from life or to learn how to resist”.