I have created this chair cover as a more focused outcome, which describes how I feel about Interior Design as a discipline. I had to start with deep research of Scottish architectural and interior heritage and think about what interior design means to me and how to explain it to others. In my opinion Interior design reflects status, ambition and taste. It is a creative solution to a spatial problem and it has a huge impact on mood, atmosphere and well-being. It is about transformation. I wanted to show that an interior designer needs to think out of the box and cross disciplines to come up with creative solutions. Therefore I have decided to design a chair cover that will transform into a garment. I took my inspiration from the famous fashion designer Hussain Chalayn who is renowned for his innovative use of materials, meticulous pattern cutting and progressive attitude to new technology. I have used an orange polypropylene stackable armchair, (TOY Orange Arm Chair by Philippe Starck), and changed its robotic and angular aesthetic by softening it up with a decorative tartan fabric cover. The changed chair on its own symbolises my interpretation of an Interior design discipline, where I explored how objects, (like chairs), play an important role alongside other internal elements such as pattern, colour, texture and function. The tartan fabric is an archetypal motif for Scottish culture and identity. I have used this because I wished to illustrate the decorative sensitivity applied to rooms, objects and bodies. In addition I have developed a double function from this conservative chair cover that transforms into a wearable garment that is a metaphor for crossing into different disciplines.