An interesting aesthetic but if I can’t say I see the logic in the layout. I wouldn’t know where to sit if I came along with more than one other person, and some of the seats are dreadfully low and reclined. Granny can sit on her own in Starbucks perhaps.
But at least the cleaning crew will find this a breeze to go over. There’s not a single nook or cranny for dirt to build up in.
It’s funny that they went with a copper color. The design is so whimsical that the metallic color seems at odds with it. That other people have mentioned that they don’t know if you are supposed to sit on it or not is a big concern. You shouldn’t have to figure furniture out. I almost wonder that if it was given a different color, such as yellow or a lighter green, if it would maintain the daring of the design, but make it more approachable.
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