Designer Louise Campbell takes us back to childhood with an unorthodox place to sit – a seesaw. The upholstered Seesaw was designed for Erik Jørgensen as an interactive piece of furniture for two people to sit with the goal of being balanced.

An Indoor Seesaw by Louise Campbell in home furnishings  Category

Whether it’s a stranger or someone you know, the Seesaw encourages you to communicate and interact a bit more than usual. A seesaw can be an awkward place for one person to sit, but add a second person for a whole lot more fun or even a conversation.

An Indoor Seesaw by Louise Campbell in home furnishings  Category

Photo by Brahl Fotografi

An Indoor Seesaw by Louise Campbell in home furnishings  Category

Photo by Brahl Fotografi