Translation (from English version of the portfolio):
breathing pneumatic armchair
Imagine an anthropomorphic chair that you plug into the wall which breathes at a programmed rate. This means that even from the therapeutic standpoint it is very desirable because we can easily put children to sleep as in a cradle. Instead of rocking them, we put them in a breathing cradle and the movement puts them to sleep.
For the greater calm of the adults, instead of the rocking chair which one must activate by one’s self, you sit down and the chair breathes in unison or, on the contrary, in counterpoint to your breathing. This has the psychopathological effect of calming you and establishing an intra-uterine harmony, not only with the room, but with the whole cosmos, since we ourselves are linked to such movements, harmoniously connected with the cosmos itself.