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“We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us.” Winston Churchill

I love this upholstered seesaw designed by Louise Campbell for Erik Jorgensen.  It’s “an interactive piece of furniture where it takes two people to achieve balance.  Seesaw is a playground for children and creative spirits.  An alternative way of furnishing a room. A balancing act that promotes communication, for who says that sitting still necessarily promotes a good dialogue?”  It’s fun.  It makes me smile :-)

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