Liliput is a stool made to be a part of your body while in use. It rocks in 360 degrees and responds to every movement of your body. It is a rocking and bouncing stool to let the user free from the static nature of a chair. The concept of a rocking and bouncing stool came from the act of chewing gum to increase concentration. It is designed to create involuntary movement to help your body and mind to connect and create an experience in which you achieve mindfulness through motion. 


Liliput was designed for Herman Miller's
"Body and Mind" themed collaboration
with Pratt Institute.  


Photo credits to Pratt Institute.

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