Inspired by a myriad of indulgent nights, this chair is meant to share the feeling and effect of “double vision,” the phenomenon of perceiving two images, usually overlapping, as one holistic object. Double vision is often the result of impaired function of the extraocular muscles, in which both eyes are still functional, but cannot target the desired object. In this series, the objects simultaneously pull apart and come together. These new adaptations integrate reflective and patinated materials against the rich browns of American walnut. The new, curvilinear elements render the chrome-plated chair even more disorienting, while the verdigris chair suggests the chrome’s eventual decay.