Similar to her Hush Seating design, Freyja Sewell has come up with a slightly altered design that encourages people to step inside and release themselves from the sensory overload of everyday life.
The new seating arrangements are called the Sensory Concentration Space, and allow people to enter from the front and relax inside the cocoon-like interior. The small area is meant to draw people's concentration inwards and think about their bodies in the area. Many times awareness of the self is necessary for improvement, so Freyja Sewell has attempted to speed up this process to allow people to interact better with the outside world . Sewell hopes to take away all distractions for people experiencing the Sensory Concentration Space. Photo Credits: designboom, freyjasewell
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