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Tag Archives: Seat
Watch what happens in Heineken’s stunt, when football fans try to convince their ladies to buy stadium seats for the home.
I’m a huge fan of indoor slides. If I had the opportunity, I’d build one like this! It’s a staircase with an integrated slide – and an integrated seating possibility too. Absolutely awesome!
Street art and furniture in public places tends to be the last thing on the minds of public planners. Many artists have been branching out into more creative and innovative ways of putting inviting and interesting designs for the general public. Carmela Bogman and Rogier Martin of The Netherlands have come up with an interactive design for the people.
By utilizing a hydraulic system, users can determine which pieces to bring up and determine their own seated or standing heights to set the modular blocks at. There are three retractable pieces that come up to function as a lounge area, eating spot or meeting place – or just lower them all down to be flush with the cement to keep the flow of traffic moving.
Former Design students Adnan Alagic, Bojan Kanlic and Amila Hrustic won a competition to create a forward thinking bridge spanning across the Miljaka River in Bosnia – and about 5 years later, the actual finished product was born.
Called ”Festina Lente”, this upside down looping bridge creates a bit of an overhang to protect users from the elements as well as some interesting looking seating for passersby. The loop creates both a visual and emotional connection with different paths colliding in one neutral location. At night, the architecture looks even more appealing across the short span of water.
This beautiful floating cinema by Eastern based architect Ole Scheeren is located in Venice, Italy.
Constructed from parallel wood planks at multi-levels at different junctions, each are lit underneath for a romantic ambiance and ease of mobility in the evening hours. The levels are all equipped with cushions for seating, where guests can sit and enjoy a beverage from the bar. Once all is said and done, guests are then escorted back to land by boat.
Studio Weave designers proved that there is more than one way to make a bench!
The Littlehampton based bench in West Sussex, England, has the ability to seat about 800 people, and it span over 2,000 feet. If that wasn’t astonishing enough– the design allows for the bench to continue expanding over time.
The creative and intriguing bench is made from thousands of tropical hardwood slats that are individually engraved with messages from supporters. It’s sustainable and the wood used in its construction is 100% reclaimed from sources such as being rescued from a landfill. The beautiful variety of reclaimed timbers are interspersed with splashes of bright color ‘wherever the bench wiggles, bends or dips.’
When I see a world-class design like this, it makes me want to have kids. Now. So it would make sense to buy this chair.
This Carlsberg stunt takes place in Belgium. 148 bikers are gathered in a movie theater.
Innocent couples want to take their seat … How will they react?
Thanks to @fagerlund for finding this.