\r\n\r\nRocking chairs have long been a solo affair. \u00a0If you wanted to partake with a fellow sitter you had to resort to a hammock, which is hardly practical on a cold winter's day. But, not any more. If this chair doesn't satisfy your need for power, you might like our review of the villain chair a bit more.\r\n\r\nThe\u00a0Sway chair is a double-wide rocking chair by Markus Krauss. \u00a0The frame is crafted from steel, while the seating area is padded for added comfort. \u00a0But there is more than meets the eye with this hip piece of furniture. \u00a0Hidden in the frame is a telescoping arm. \u00a0Extend it and the rocking chair converts into a fixed chair, otherwise known as a love seat - after all it is designed for two. \u00a0The\u00a0Sway chair can also be configured such that the occupants can sit in the same direction, opposite one and other, or used as one large seat for one lazy person. \u00a0It looks like the angle of the chair can also be adjusted such that you can be\u00a0propped\u00a0up for reading or laid flat for a nap.\r\n\r\nUnfortunately, there doesn't seem to be a price and we can only assume that the Sway Rocking Chair is purely a concept.