The Windowseat Lounge is a home and office chair that creates a new visual perspective for the sitter.

At this year's NeoCon, workspace manufacturer Haworth revealed the Windowseat Lounge, a new kind of home and office chair that was designed to be a refuge for the sitter.

Created by progressive industrial design studio Mike & Maaike, the Windowseat is suitable for private and public spaces, and designed to temporarily shield the sitter from noise and distractions in offices or public areas.

The designers took the architectural elements of walls and ceilings and incorporated them into the chair to give the sitter a new perspective of the space around him or her.

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