Womb-y way to read

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The New York Times reports that Sakura Adachi, a furniture designer in Milan, is the inventor of The Cave, which allows readers to curl up in a form-fitting seat, surrounded by their beloved books. Sitting in this upholstered niche is supposed to make a reader feel secluded – akin to being lost among a college library’s dusty stacks – but still remain visible to passers-by.

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One thought on “Womb-y way to read

  1. Ok, so I posted on the wrong comment section. I could swear at one time these articles were connected. :() Oh well, to repeat, these would be wonderful in the classroom. We can observe the students actually reading and they would not be distracted.

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