I designed a suite of full scale furniture based on the Adirondack style about 10 years ago. Recently I prototyped the set at 1/8 scale in Balsa on a Glowforge to see how it would look and check for mechanical stability. Turned out great. The foot stool is designed to allow the user to rock it with their legs for comfort. The chair has an optional fold up side table (not shown) for a snack or drink. The arms are wide and level to hold your beer. Tables have curved profiles to accommodate all sorts of interesting configurations, including an arrangement around a resort fire pit. I had a full size chair out of teak fabricated as a test, but never built the rest of the set. All the elements are designed to be cut from flat stock. The chair can be disassembled for shipping.
I’ve always loved the look of Adirondack chairs, but I have so much trouble getting in and out of them. I don’t know if it’s because I’m short (5’2") or fat (not telling)! Your micro set looks fabulous. We just watched an episode of “Handcrafted America” where a guy (in No. Carolina I believe) makes Adirondack chairs and stools out of old whisky barrels. It was very interesting. I love the weathered wood on yours.
Check out the Kitchissippi Chair (Veritas Tools sells the plans). It’s a less sloped seat than a traditional adirondack with a higher seating position which makes it easier to get in & out. Traditional adirondack chairs can be hard to get in/out as you pass a certain age and the Kitchissippi is designed to make them much easier to use while retaining the classic style.
I converted the plans to VCarve so I can cut them on the CNC. I use 1by material vs. solid sheets like plywood because it’s better suited for exterior use but I just drop the boards onto the table, lock them in and cut.