Laurie Beckerman displayed this rocker for lovers at a recent furniture show in the Big Apple. It's made of Dupont Coran and it's designed to work only if the chair is shared with another person.
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Implications - This rocking chair takes example from a playground toy everyone enjoyed as children. Incorporating childhood elements into modern day furniture for adults grasps the market of young adult consumers. Businesses and designers should create products that bear influence from earlier days. These nostalgic elements grasp consumers' attention and makes a product a must-have piece of furniture for their homes.
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