Among the promises of digital fabrication is returning production methods to users, which is increasingly possible as 3D printers shrink in size and price point. This democratization of production is at the heart of maker culture, a digital DIY movement often typified by an amateur zeal that is upended in the Makerchair series. The series consists of 12 chairs, each an investigation into material, pattern variability, and digital fabrication methods. Each Makerchair is digitally fabricated and assembled from small parts like a 3D puzzle. True to the maker spirit of the series’ namesake, Joris Laarman Lab adapted the Makerchair design and made it available for free download at bitsandparts.org.