Scopophilia Eyeball Chair by Fiona Roberts

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

The Scopophilia chair is one of the weirdest and coolest pieces of furniture we have any encountered thanks to the hundreds of eyeballs embedded throughout the chair.

Designed by Australian based artist Fiona Roberts, this chair would appear to be almost normal with the red velvet upholstery alongside the wooden legs and arms, but the gazing eyeballs covering the entire surface area of the chair certainly make for one interesting piece. The name Scopophilia comes from the anxiety disorder of Scopophobia, which as you may have guessed from the design is the fear of being looked or stared at by others.

Scopophilia Eyeball Chair by Fiona Roberts (2)

Scopophilia Eyeball Chair by Fiona Roberts (1)

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