Taking a leaf out of the American contemporary artist Joseph Kosuth, One and Three Chair, designer Eric Ku has come up with a unique furniture unit that promises food for the thoughts of the users. Hailed as “Chair/Chair,” the seating comes in the form of disjointed alphabets (spelling ‘chair’), and users are required to combine those scattered alphabets in a specific order to shape the chair. Kids are simply gonna love to assemble a seat out of the alphabets. Check out how the designer defines his creative piece of art after the jump:
Instead of giving new definition, I redefined the concept of a chair by using alphabet. One is able to construct a chair by assembling the redesigned alphabets.