Why do we describe seats using the words of human body parts?
If we did that with a drinks container we'd have a coffee mug handle renamed as finger
and thumb, with the rim, as lips.
Within this website, the Seat-Watch photographs show the creative interpretation
of combining a seat's parts, with a variety of materials deliberately chosen to make
a seat. No two seats need ever be identical, as the final decorative layer could
display an individually finished a logo, a name or local image.
Retail spaces may be named, “Anywhere UK.” Increasingly, city street furniture is
chosen from a catalogue and not commissioned from local workshops, with a request
to produce an interesting design. However, Alnwick in Northumberland has a number
of unique hand-crafted seats facing the centre of the Square. Most imaginative.