A_Stool By Jonathan Nesci



Simple and beautiful are the best two words which can describe the A_Stool By Jonathan Nesci. Crafted with powder-covered aluminum, the A_Stool looks so comfortable and nice. It’s called the A Stool because its shape looks just like the first letter of the alphabet and well, because it’s a stool, therefore it’s the A Stool.

There is also a more modern and colorful version of this type of stool, also shaped like the first letter of the alphabet. I think this is probably the most appropriate letter that you can use to create a chair. When you think about it, the traditional chairs and four-legged stools actually share this shape in common. It’s just not as visible as this case.

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It would be interesting to develop also other chair or stool designs for the other letters of the alphabet. It might be a little difficult in the case of letters like T for example because of the balance issue, or the W which is not the most appropriate letter for this purpose, not to remind about the S or the I or the J which are almost impossible to include in that type of design. But in the case of letters like E or F or M it’s actually quite simple, The H is tricky because it could confounded with the A chair. Anyway that’s probably an idea that will never become reality.


Published by in Sofa and Chair, on January 15th, 2010

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