Anyone who’s sat in a window seat knows the comfort it can provide. But in most contract situations, built-ins just aren’t feasible. Windowseat, designed by Mike & Maaike, a San Francisco-based industrial design studio, is one alternative. Created for the Haworth Collection, it combines the privacy of a window seat with the mobility of a free-standing chair. Windowseat is fully upholstered over a foam-padded rigid steel frame. It has a swivel base and is offered with or without sides that extend overhead to enclose the space. A matching ottoman is available.