The Janus Chairs, one sculptural piece when seen together designed by Ryder Architecture, is installed in Kielder Water & Forest Park in Northumberland in North East England.
These chairs can be rotated individually to suit the user's taste. It can be rotated to face a certain view or to get a better shade from the sun or the wind. In any case, these chairs will be seen from afar as dynamic sculptures that change every time.
These chairs are made from laminated Douglas fir from the Scottish borders with polished stainless steel backs.
The chairs' form kind of reminds me of the Mojito shoes I posted here way back because of its one piece sweeping like design.
It also looks comfy to sit and relax on.
(images by Ryder Architecture; via Contemporist)