One Legged Street Bench by Dutch Designer Nic Roex
Chris McNicholl™’s TweetingSeat is more than just a Twitter-themed bench, it’s an interactive seat designed to try and connect our digital and physical worlds. Each time someone sits down, TweetingSeat uploads an image from two cameras to the Twitter feed. One camera is located on the bench looking at the surrounding space, and another is located nearby looking at the people who use it.
Chair hunting on the world wide web is a real adventure. Recently I opened a Twitter Account @ChairBlog, off course. Yes please do follow me!
But it was the Dutch More or Less blog that catched it earlier…and pointed me to the Italian, Calolziocorte based, manufacturer: Altreforme, which is a nice site for a blogger because it is a non Flash site that almost looks like a flash site. Kudos for the designer of the site!
Liquirizia is a multi-unit
chairbench [I would say].
Modular or endless depending on your greediness, as the most appetizing candy you would never give up savouring.
liquirizia will talk about you and the lines of your heart, following routes each time different, each timeâ€¦
About Aziz Sariyer
Born in Istanbul in 1950, Aziz Sariyer is the founder of Derin design studio. He designs objects, furniture, spaces and spends time working on technical aspects of furniture manufacturing process. Sariyer has taken part in a variety of International exhibitions with his designs for different projects. Sariyerâ€™s designs are part of the most important manufacturersâ€™ collections.
On a recent trip to Istanbul I discovered this street bench in book form.