Ishinomaki Laboratory is a community workshop established by designers in the wake of the 2011 tsunami.
These A-shaped stools by Japanese studio Torafu Architects slot together to make a bench. Torafu Architects used basic 2x4 planks of red cedar to make the AA Stools, cutting them at an angle to form trestle-like structures. Each narrow stool can be paired with another to make a wider seat, or joined in sequence to make a bench of any length. The stools also pack flat for storage and transportation.
Made from Red Cedar. Suitable for outdoor use.
Sold as a pair
- H 56 W 32 D 42 cm