Surely more than once you have arrived at a cafeteria and you have not known what to do with the jacket or with the bag, even sometimes at work there is nowhere to place them. One option is the backup, but there are times when there is none or it is curvilinear and the clothes are drained and personally in coffee shops it is an option that I do not like, because they have already stolen it once.
The solution that Dami & Damaki propose Its the include storage space on stools, a kind of flexible basket just below the seating area, may not be the ideal way to place a garment that we do not want to wrinkle, but better than on the floor or at risk of attracting the attention of friends of other people's property.
Maybe the idea can be improved, it occurs to me, for example, that cannot be accessible from the back, that is to say, that nobody can try to take what we keep under our backs without us noticing. There is also the option of try other materials, although the flexible framework is youthful, modern and original.
It seems to me that the idea in essence is quite good and that it is something that could be included not only in stools but in other seats, as well as at the study and work tables it is usual to have a chest of drawers, many times in chairs and stools something similar could come in handy. If we fold the garments more carefully than those in the photo before placing them, they wouldn't even have to wrinkle much.