I'm Flying Jack!: Chair Made From Airplane Engine Cowling

April 29, 2019


This is the the BAe-146 Cowling Chair made by Plane Industries (previously: the significantly larger chair they made from the cowling of a Boeing 737 engine) from the jet engine cowling of a British Aerospace 146 plane. Obviously, it would make the perfect edition to my (still only conceptual) lair. I'm also going to need a large saltwater aquarium, a boardroom table made out of skulls, and, wait -- what was the other thing? "A stripper pole." A stripper pole! Gotta get my exercise.

Keep going for a handful more shots of the unsurprisingly contact-for-price chair.





Thanks to Benjamin, co-founder of Plane Industries, who failed to invite me to sit in one, and to K Diddie, who was kind enough to offer me his lap.

  • Gordon Freeman

    Great, I can sit in it and pretend I'm getting sucked into a jet engine.

  • GeneralDisorder

    Is it still a jet cowl when you reshape the shit out of the thing?

  • Deksam

    They should have put a grilled big fan in the back that blows the user to keep cool.

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