Friday 25 May, 2012

Sleek Private Rocking Chair For Recurring Relaxation


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Imagining a private, comforting space that would construct a semi-barrier between human and the surrounding space, Kyle Fleet, student at the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan, teamed up with well-known company Herman Miller to produce an interesting rocking chair design. The Private Rocker showcases a closed design, that protects your activities from outside interference. An association of wood, leather and wool fabric resulted in creating a simple, sturdy and comfortable rocking chair perfect to use whenever you need a break from all the noise and static surroundings. The rocking movement soothes the mind, while the clean modern design visually capture your interest. Available together with an ottoman that allows easy reclining, Kyle Fleet’s Private Rocker is described as affording “visual and acoustic privacy for a variety of restful postures“. Do you have a rocking chair that helps you unwind after a stressful day?

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