Brilliant! I‘ll build one! (via Weltevree | WHEELBENCH)
A chair I made this christmas, built onto an old wheelbarrow frame for maneuverability. Influenced by Adirondack designs.
Some time ago the blog Leave it at the Reception Desk pointed me to this Blue Wheelbarrow Chair.
‘Double-u’ barrow seat – concept and design by, deconstruction and refabrication of 2 Haemmerlin wheel barrows and paint by Martin Bulled – Aug 2010 in South Western England. Fabric – Kvadrat ‘Sudden’.
Nice to find another mono subject blog that really digs into a subject like we try to do. Moreover, regular readers here will know there is an overlap in interest since I run a small hotel (whithout a real reception desk by the way).
The new generation rocking chair Swingy-Low is a unique rocking innovation. The chair moves from side to side, instead of the traditional backwards, forwards rocking motion. A low seat and the gentle rocking motion create a feeling of floating in a kayak over a clear calm sea. As a result of Swingy-Lowâ€™s wheelbarrow-like handles and front wheel, the chair is extremely easy to move. You can use â€œSwingy-Lowâ€ everywhereâ€¦..on your balcony, as well as in front of the TV.
Last edited by gje on June 25, 2010 at 12:11 AM