It started with the $1,000 folding chair you’ve seen on the cover of The Wall Street Journal.
It ended with a $6,000 sewing project.
And now the project is coming to life.
It’s called “Project Wingman,” and it’s being launched on Kickstarter with the goal of bringing the chair back to life, with some help from the American Red Cross.
Alyssa Burd, an engineer who worked on the project, said that the goal was to make the chair “feasible” for someone to live in for a few years.
But it was also important to make it work for someone who is homeless.
“We wanted to be a little bit more generous to people,” she said.
“We also wanted to have a chance for people to have the experience of living on a roof without having to go up in a helicopter or whatever it is you do on a plane.”
The project started with a few pieces of fabric to make sure the chair would fold up properly, then a few coats of varnish and the wings were attached to a piece of plywood.
A piece of foam also went on the back of the chair.
The wings are just the pieces of ply that the chair can be attached to.
The wings are attached with Velcro, which helps to create an extra layer of safety for the people who use the chair, and the project has raised more than $1 million in pledges so far.