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Bench or stool?

ABR/2013

Made from modules of Canadian red cedar wood cut on a slight diagonal angle, Torafu Architects have designed the 'AA stool' in a slightly greater height than a conventional chair that, once stacked, transform into benches of variable length depending on the user’s needs. Pieces in a simple design whose ‘A’-shaped profile provides them with stability while facilitating stacking in long rows and folding for compact storage.


The 'AA stool' is a continuation of the collaboration between the Japanese firm and the Ishinomaki laboratory, an initiative created by designers and other creatives from the city of Ishinomaki after the 2011 tsunami.


TORAFU ARCHITECTS

www.torafu.com

torafu@torafu.com


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