1014 Chair

The 1014 Chair is a plywood chair designed to rotate into four different seating positions. It was commissioned by 1014 Inc, an organization funded by the German government that promotes cross-cultural exchange and hosts dynamic programming in its Manhattan townhouse. The chairs’ unique form is derived from themes found in the historic townhouse as well as the German Bauhaus movement. The chairs were fabricated in New York City using 18mm Baltic Birch and a red-toned Colofin plywood. The client also commissioned a matching stool. In collaboration with Ravi Raj.

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