Cambridge-based Studiomold launches the first product in its Love series this month, with the Love 36 massage chair. The chair comprises a seat pad made of 36 tennis balls, either used or factory rejects, and features a stainless steel frame. A bench, bar stool and low stool, also with the trademark tennis ball seats, will follow shortly, says Studiomold designer Brendan Young. Products are available from www.studiomold.co.uk. Love 36 retails at £525.
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