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Issit An Futuristic Public Seating Design by ADDI

Locking for something new and futuristic ? Well, Issit, is the new seating design from ADDI. Perfectly for a train station or much better looks in airports, the product acts like a sculpture and armature when it’s not occupied and the seats rises automatically when you leave the seat, returning to its upright position.

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Train stations and waiting room could be the best choice for this piece. But it’s unlikely to happen soon, so until then I don’t know if this chair will have an owner. The home is really not that appropriate for a structure like this. Even if it might look interesting and modern, with its curved lines and interesting shape, it’s not a very practical item. Because the seats are not aligned or face-to-face, this makes it a bad choice for a home. The guests or family members would not have a serious reason to want to sit back-to-back, and it’s really a comfortable position when you want to have a conversation.

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So even if I like this design, I find it a little useless. But again, it would be a great addition to a waiting room, in a clinic or office, where people usually don’t know each other and have no reason to look each other in the eyes. So if you own such a place, this is your lucky day.

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Posted in Sofa and Chair on January 5, 2010

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Stefan
Stefan is the owner of Homedit.com – he started the site back in November 2008, from his passion for interior design and decorations and since then the site went from being a simple blog to one of the most popular home design websites on the web right now.

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