It's often useless to present a seat with nowhere to set a drink, and likewise, the offering of a surface is of little help when there's nothing on which to sit. The Emma Chair by Kieser Spath, however, embodies both table and chair in one petite package.
The piece is essentially the merging of two different components as well, rather than one cohesive hybrid. The wooden coffee table alone looks much like a bench or an elongated stool, while the soft sitting constituent is a cushioned L-shaped seat. Place off-center, the perch provides more of an exposed surface to permit the placement of books, drinking glasses, or even a lamp. The Emma Chair by Kieser Spath would be a delightful addition to your domestic space, however I'd really love to see these clustered within public waiting rooms.