Handrails stretch towards each other until they connect. Six chairs merge into one piece of furniture. I have notoriously bad experiences with spinning, I can’t handle it very well. One of my older memories (first year of kindergarten) is about dancing in a circle. The carousel at the village fair. Yet a rotating circle definitely has its beauty as long as I only have to draw it…



In response to a variant with four chairs, Verbroedering, Chris Manders writes: “Four kitchen chairs, with a square residual space in the middle, are pushed together in such a way that it will be very difficult to sit with several people. A continuous tube circle connects the backrests of the chairs, it will also be difficult to take a relaxed seat in this construction. Annoyance lurks, while the concept of fraternization has a different dimension.”

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ø 22 x 1,5 cm