In this fast paced life, we fail to realize how hardhearted and indifferent individuals we’ve transformed into. There are times when we are traveling by bus or train and so preoccupied most of us are with our work or thoughts that we sit there without realizing the existence of fellow citizens. Building transparent yet strong non-penetrating walls, we seclude ourselves thoughtlessly. And it is to break this aloof trend, Elizabeth Anne Redmond has conceived a healthy interactive chair. Dubbed as Feedback, this playful chair is intended to encourage interaction bet between two strangers sitting back to back. Fitted with wooden pegs, that connect the two seat backs, it motivates folks occupying this kinda chair to massage each other’s back.
Of course many may not tolerate this type of play and find this nudging act irksome. But then they can opt to sit on non-feedback chairs! Aiming to improve social behavior, Anne‘s chair proposes to expose playful spirit and beauty.