In my independent study on wet leather forming, I aimed to explore the integration of leather with hard goods. This led me to design a lounge chair that pushed the boundaries of what leather could achieve. By using a metal frame as both the structural support and the mold for shaping the leather, I achieved a streamlined production process that eliminated the need for traditional molds. This innovative approach not only simplified the manufacturing process but also allowed for greater material efficiency. Additionally, by treating the wet-formed leather as bent lamination, I enhanced both the structural integrity and the visual appeal of the chair.