One thing that's engaging about Windmills by Constance Guisset is the way that it challenges the fixed nature of most home furnishings. Aside from your lay-z-boys, you'll realize that most pieces are designed to experience no movement to minimal adjustment.
This whimsical wheel-like sofa was made to spin, allowing its sitter to lie back and daydream with a constantly changing outlook. Unusually, the piece also embodies an asymmetry that's fairly rare in chair department. Its circular top is slightly sloped, giving one's experience of swiveling a bit more depth.
The playful Windmills by Constance Guisset would surely be fun for the user, but its very presence in a room would bring pleasure to the observer. Its colorful slices of soft fabric would certainly liven up any living space.
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