Wooden circle SWING by Iwona Kosicka

June 2nd, 2017 by retail design blog

The idea of leg-supported seating units does not appeal much to Polish designer Iwona Kosicka, who recently created SWING, her version of a comfortable chair. This playful piece showcases elegant woodwork and hangs from the ceilings of character-filled rooms. SWING is an example of a high-quality and minimalist design, as well as an open invitation to good, clean fun.

No time for morning exercises? Jump inside this miniature joyride and get your swing on while no one is watching. Displaying a simple round shape, this charming swing chair easily adapts to a variety of contemporary decors. The unconventional piece appeals to children and adults alike, making it a lovely catalyst for socializing.

Oak plywood finished with linseed oil. Stainless steel mount with carabiner hole – ceiling system for installation is not included. The swing it is unsuitable to outdoor. It is not hot sunlight and rain resistant. Time of realization 60 days.

Design: Iwona Kosicka

http://www.designboom.com/shop/design/circle-swing-iwona-kosicka-10-03-2015/

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