SeeSaw is a long, narrow board suspended in the middle so that, as one end goes up, the other goes down.
This post showcases examples of creative designs inspired by SeeSaw.
Swingers chair by Jaebeom Jeong is in fact a set of two back-to-back chairs scrambled into one. So, two people might never face each other while sitting on same chair.
Creative attempt at starting conversations between strangers in public spaces. This bench requires cooperation to be functional. [link]
This unusual bike design was first presented at gallery 3850 during Design Miami 2008. [link]
Creative SeeSaw tilting sofa designed by Louise Campbell. [link]
SeeSaw Cell Phone Concept
“Unique” Sony Ericsson cell phone design by Karsten Willmann. [link]
Every book tells its own story. Every book has its own weight. By playing with balance, the See-Saw bookshelf visualizes the breadth of our home libraries. [link]