The Chair by Stuart Bacon Spins on a Sleek Suspension

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Oct 3, 2011 • References: industrialdesignserved
I can easily picture Doctor Evil from Austin Powers rotating around to face a frightened visitor in The Chair by Stuart Bacon. Such a visitor might then be amused by the way that the seat's spine blocks the villain's gaze from his summoned.

But while this futuristic piece of furniture is able to pivot 360 degrees on the arched metal arm above, it is designed to be placed thoughtfully within a room, given the permanence of its apparent weight in metal. Ideally set up against a wall or in the corner of a room, the perch provides its sitter with unobstructed views of everything within the space.

The streamlined lounger has been sculpted with a low incline, supporting the user with a catch at the edge of the seat to keep him sitting securely in the spinning chair by Stuart Bacon. Stats for Space Age Swivel Seating Trending: Older & Average
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