I’m pretty sure my whole life would be undeniably perfect if I had one of these stellar chairs to go hide in every night before bed. [And every morning before work!!]
While it looks like it could maybe be a little claustrophobic at times, I’m thinking it would be excellent for some reflecting. Or for those times when you just want to stare at something blank and not think or do anything!
So what is it, you ask? It’s the Object-O, a modern seating piece designed by Seung-Yong Song of Seoul, South Korea. On Song’s website, he compares the chair to building tents as a child throughout his home, where he would avoid those non-existent enemies.
I say it’s a great place to avoid the existent enemies of the adult life, ie bills, dirty dishes, etc. No, I’m just kidding. I think the Object-O Chair would be an excellent conversation piece and would be great outdoors – a personal umbrella chair.
What are your thoughts on Object-O?