Fast Company's Diana Budds takes a closer look at a recent solution for fitting furniture into tiny quarters in the form of a mosaic carpet that transforms into collapsible seating.

Conceptualized by Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Sam Linders, "Wobble-Up" is composed of jersey fabric that is woven through a grid of mechanically punched plastic to form squares that are then adjoined by Velcro strips. The final product can be used as both an area rug or foldable seat. 

The Wobble-Up, as she calls it, "shows flexibility and playfulness in a contemporary form for an adaptable living environment." She came up with the idea because she prefers to sit on her carpet rather than her sofa while watching TV at home. Think of these as a much nicer, craft-oriented versions of the stadium chair.

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