Russian designer Vadim Kibardin's "Black Paper 37" is named after the amount of paper pieces it took to create this abstract, yet entirely functional chair. Kibardin's goal was to extract and juxtapose beauty and disorder against one another. In his own words:

"Simple paper not only possesses high constructional characteristics but can also dazzle through the beauty of its contours. A distinctive texture of the chairs’ overlay encourages a dialog with a user, where a distinctly personalized form of the chair can be created by rumpling and chopping paper layers."