The Droplet outdoor workspace is an inventive seating system designed to get university students to study outside. Droplet was designed by Nick Chubb, a designer obviously against the stuffiness and antisocial studying that occurs inside of college libraries and computer labs.
The Droplet outdoor workspace consists of six hanging chairs (droplets) and two tables. The droplets can be repositioned and re-sized to fit students of all shapes and heights. The unique shape of the chairs ensures that students will be able to study rain or shine.
Creative seating like the Droplet would be a great way to get students to study outside in the sunshine. Here's to hoping that Chubb designs an indoor version of droplet sometime soon. Students in the Great White North like contemporary study spaces too.
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