This product overall is a practical and uses the slotting system to hold it together, structurally making it a really durable chair. It may not be as aesthetically pleasing as others on the cardboard furniture range, but it is a perfect example on how structure of a material can give the features of rigidity and durability.
0 to 1, a New York City-based design and architecture studio, uses “the remnants of industrial manufacturing” to create furniture and other objects. C-clamps and cardboard cores that “were once used to hold fabric or packaging materials” get made into “Cylinder” chairs. See also: Earlier Unconsumption posts on new uses for cardboard tubes here, and paper towel and other tubes here.