The scope and variety of outdoor seats is amazing. I meant to respond to your last pst about labyrinths to say that I've seen seating in a maze pattern! For more photos and explanations about seats in outdoor spaces, have a look at my Facebook collection - after seeing the Coombes seat in your post I realise I need to up-date my photos! http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=170063&id=78456423208
I love all these ideas! I hope we can get to the point that we can actually implement some of these ideas in our outdoor area!
You know Jen, I would love to create an amphitheatre, circle type set up for reading etc. outside... but unfortunately our preschool is on a 4 lane divided road!!! There is no excaping the noise of traffic for us. But I am determined to find some way of creating 'quiet' spaces! Any ideas beyond waving a magic wand and rellocating us?!!
All amazing images ... as usual!Donna :) :)
Thanks for the lovely post. Sometimes when I travel, I am stunned by the natural seating. One experience in particular, was in Rome. I was waiting for a bus, and realized I was sitting with all the other folks on an ancient ruin!
what a fantastic blog!!thank you:):)
Love the tree stump chairs and table. A set like this would be perfect in our backyard.
i always enjoy fantastic ideas of ur blog. please let me know if i can use some of ur ideas in my presentations along with the pictures. excluding children's pics. Thank you May God bless u for doing such a wonderful service to children and humanity.
Karen: I'll put your comment on the facebook page and see what we can come up with :)Seema: Absolutely, I'd be honoured and thanks for the kind comments. They make me smile :)