Serbian architect Ivo Otasevic of Otako Architects has designed a chair that looks like the letter 'a'.
Called aChair, it is made from wood, plastic and metal.
Here is some text from the designer:
This chair is a compromise between an object of everyday use and art installation. The chair that is comfortable to sit on, can be exposed as a sculpture in an inspiring space.
The combination of colours and materials (wood, plastic,metal...) makes it a product in the concept store and a piece in the art gallery. The name, aCHAIR, comes from its spiral shape, which looks like a small letter "a". It symbolises an author's wish to mark his first steps in a new, creative adventure of design.
Ivo Otasevic is a Serbian architect who designed a multiform chair that, at the same time, is noted for its simplicity of design. aChair is the name of the object that led Otasevic towards the lights of worldwide recognition in the last Design Fair of Milan.
The young architect leads the Otako office, with headquarters in Belgrade and Moscow as well as developing projects of different scales, materials and furniture concepts that reveal a boundless creativity.
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