What would you like to sit on?

26 03 2009

You fantastic people did great on the last poll.

Great results and good comments

Here is the next one, So let’s get voting everyone!

All of these suggestions would be manufactured with bent plywood and then upholstered all around in a thin foam so the shape says the same.

I’ll try to make this poll a bit less confusing than the last so with each image there will be a short description.

Remember that you are allowed to vote for more than one suggestion, if you prefer a certain combo let me know in a comment, for example: “I like seat 2 in combination with seat 4”

Happy voting!

SEAT 1

SEAT 1

This is the “Clean and Simple” option. A curved edge for the coffee cup and a little light and one open edge to enable the user to dangle their legs and to create an open, free space that is not too visually obtrusive in the space.

SEAT 2

SEAT 2

This seat is equally simple but has only half an edge so that the user can lean against the wall in the corner, my research has shown that most people would have this bookcase in a corner and prefer to lean in to it when reading.

SEAT 3

SEAT 3

This seat is pretty much like the first one but with the side open to make it less solid looking from the ground level and if you really want to, you can dangle your legs there too!

SEAT 4

SEAT 4

This seat has a lip on the outer edge. This would prevent small items to fall of the seat like pens and stuff. This edge would be part of the upholstery so it would be soft.

SEAT 4 detail

SEAT 5

SEAT 5

This seat is completely detached from the armrest, only connected with metal brackets. This makes it even more visually light.

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One response

30 03 2009
ed

its got to be 4: its the simplest solution, with the least parts that would prevent you coming off either side…

but I’m not sure how its going to get uphosltered – I’ll look for something..;

ed

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