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.

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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.

Photo by Brahl Fotografi

Photo by Brahl Fotografi

Photo by Brahl Fotografi

Photo by Brahl Fotografi