To Chill Out On Big Egg Pillows In This Giant Bird’s Nest

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(via) The OGE Creative Group came up with the cozy “Giant Birdsnest”, the largest incarnation of which can hold up to 23 eggs and 16 people.

The Giant birdsnest aka “Giant Birdsnest for creating new ideas” was conceived and created as a prototype for new and inspiring socializing space: a fusion of furniture and playground: A comfortable informal and sensual soft space. The wooden nest is filled with highly comfortable egg-shaped sitting poofs which allow ergonomic sitting positions and various configurations for informal meetings and social exchange. The nest comes in various sizes, from a small and intimate nest for 2-3 people up to a 4.50 m diameter big version which can host up to 16 people at once – the soft space is perfect, comfortable and inspiring place for resting, browsing the web, reading, relaxing, loving, talking, briefing, discussing (…) Its powerful, yet simple concept and intriguing character needs no explanation or user manual: Ready to be used, ready for playing or working in.

The cost? It depends on the size of the nest, but the range is forbidding: from 2,700 Euro (diameter: 200cm2) to 7,900 Euro (diameter: 450cm2).

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