This project was designed for Furnish-A-Future Silent Auction, sponsored by House Beautiful and a program of the partnership for the homeless. The auction was to raise funds to help homeless families.

This chair was inspired by the life of homeless people in New York City. Being on a constant move, dragging along what is left of one's dignity and physical belongings.

To the given skeleton of this chair, we have attached wooden shelves, allowing the homeless body a moment of rest; a moment to be able to go through one's belongings one more time. Opening precious compartments of memory (boxes), evaluating the social standards and expectations of home and living.