The Ezra chair is an exercise in efficiency. Each of its two main parts serve multiple purposes; the seat becomes the front legs, and the rear legs become the back.

The seat is folded from a single sheet of aluminium and makes a feature of a subtle overlap detail at its corners which explains how its form was achieved. The corner relief; where material is removed to allow the metal to fold in multiple directions, is also exaggerated to become a feature of the design.