In the study of spatial philosophy, chairs are a very important object. Chairs can be seen as a process or relationship. They are not only a static existence, but also a dynamic process that interacts with its users, the environment, and other items in its surroundings, producing different relationships and effects. By using different chairs, we can create unique relationships and experiences in space, thus influencing people's behavior and perception. My inspiration comes from the transformation of the form of chairs in specific environments.