Just because we're used to chairs and couches, it doesn't mean that something like Floorscape is doomed to be uncomfortable. Interestingly, this unusual piece of furniture offers the opportunity for a sitter to get cozy in nearly any position he should choose.
Dave Pickett's design was intended to furnish Cleveland's Museum of Contemporary Art. It isn't clear whether the piece would be situated in an exhibition hall or in a more casual lounging area. Either way, the idiosyncratic arrangement can adapt to any space because it functions brilliantly as a stand-alone setup in the middle of a room.
Floorscape is constructed of an assortment of some similar and some dissimilar units that vary in height and slope but maintain the same triangular cushions on top of their metal frames. These can be configured in a wide variety of ways in however many numbers to produce an undulating tectonic recliner for multiple people.