Product news: these angular lounge chairs and ottomans by Brisbane designer Alexander Lotersztain can be tessellated in an endless array of shapes and patterns.
Stacked together they can form long sofas, small armchairs or banks of seating. Their shapes allow them to be positioned in the centre of the room, against the walls or in corners.
The chairs are MDF-based, covered in enviro foam and upholstered in fabric or leather. Colours are acidic hues of turquoise, green and yellow.
Small wooden triangular tables fit onto the ends of each chair formation. Custom modules of each chair are also available.
Other projects featured by Alexander Lotersztain include plywood furniture from plantation forests, a modular shelving system featuring X-shaped pillars and a hotel with a roof-top bar and cinema.
Other chairs featured on Dezeen are triangular seating stones inspired by geological formations, modular squashed sofas that look hand-sculpted and sofas based on natural rock formations.
Photography is by Florian Groehn.
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