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Bench or stool?


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.


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