This is a sweet story for this morning: one of the design features in a new terminal in the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is that you can actually move the chairs....

This is a sweet story for this morning: one of the design features in a new terminal in the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is that you can actually move the chairs.

The new central terminal is designed to help travelers remember "when air travel used to be fun," – and supposedly, the chairs aren't bolted down because everybody loves to move a chair, if only slightly. It puts us all in control of our environment.

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