Inspired by the interaction of modern architecture and dramatic desert vistas, the sculptural Etazin Chair frames views of the Arizona hills, its inner ring spinning to face any direction the user desires. Made of steel, the circular 8-foot lounger is more than just a practical piece of furniture. With looks that make it feel like an instant classic, the design works in concert with its surroundings for an immersive experience.
Bolted onto a solid base, the chair features self-oiling bushings so it’s easy to spin yourself while seated. It comfortably sits up to two people. The ability to spin the inner ring 360 degrees combined with the visuals created by the criss-crossing steel bars enables a new way to engage with the landscape each time you take a seat.
Interior designer Kate Brown designed the original piece specifically for Taliesin West, the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, where it is now on permanent display, but additional chairs are available for sale with international shipping.