The designer of Rotterdam Roeland Otten has created an original and curious series of chairs following the alphabet and composed of 26 chairs, one for each letter of the alphabet. If we compare them with the Spanish alphabet we would lack three since we also have the ñ, ch and ll, although the latter are often not included, they still belong to our alphabet.

So for all of us to be clear about the models that will make up this collection, we are going to do a review, in case someone does not remember them: a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, or, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y, z. All of them are the letters that make up the collection ABChairs.


They are still a prototype but they are manufactured on request by the company Fonds BKVB. Their position represents the letter to which they refer and they are made by pieces of MDF lacquered in black, although the designer also intends to produce them using moldable plastic since they would be more resistant and easier to clean, even only with water.

They can be used at home, in a large space using all to play also with the advantage of having individual pieces with which to form words. Also given their size are very suitable for children's rooms, libraries or schools, since children can use them freely while being an educational tool.

Further information: Roeland Otten

Vía: dezeen



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