The Frank Lloyd Wright Taliesin 1 Chair doesn't just look like origami, it actually is. Its sculpted form is constructed from a single piece of folded plywood. First created in 1949, the iconic seat is being re-released by former manufacturer Cassina in collaboration with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation after a nearly 30-year hiatus. This version offers a few minor tweaks like a more reclined backrest and thicker padding that will be appreciated by the modern lounger. Along with a variety of finishes, the piece is also available in three limited edition colors with matching short-haired leather upholstery.