Twiss Chair Accommodates Asymmetrical Positioning, Should You Prefer It

 - Feb 14, 2014
References: designyouedit
There is great value in ergonomically designed seating; however, it can be argued that an asymmetrical alternative like the Twiss Chair may be preferable on occasion. Standing upon a tipi-like frame of either wood or metal, this peculiar perch invites its sitter to casually lean to one side.

This quirky object could be categorized as an armchair, yet the piece has only one arm. The Design You Edit product could more accurately be described as a chair with a wrap-around backrest that contours two sides. Because the supportive panel keeps a flat form, two distinctive sides are shaped when a fold is made in the middle of the plastic shell. Consequently, the Twiss Chair lets you hang out facing either direction.