Those who have doomed large pieces of furniture as hideous and waste are in for a surprise. Serpentine by Tom Dixon is a seating arrangement that stays true to its name; it is winding, flowing and sinuous. Designed for large spaces as a waiting room seating system, the Serpentine is a striking piece of furniture. The designer describes it as “a minimal system which can adapt to a variety of situations.” Serpentine is flouted as something that’ll look equally at ease inside or outdoors; in center or in a corner. It is basically a steel frame that is covered with polyurethane foam and polyester fiber. The height adjustable feet are made of steel varnished in rifle brown. Serpentine is made all the more useful, particularly for communal spaces, by the fact that it is covered with flame-retardant polyurethane foam. The grace of this zigzag beauty is craving for your rapt admiration.