Trestle by TAF
Swedish designers TAF Arkitektkontor have designed a collection of adjustable furniture called Trestle, which was shown at the Cibone gallery as part of Design Tide Tokyo earlier this month.
The trestles have cast supports at the joints and can be combined with timber elements to create different furniture forms.
"It is about sustainability, timelessness and a dynamic function," says Mattias Ståhlbom of TAF. "The wooden part is replaceable and can be cut for different heights and needs."
Photographs by Joakim Bergström.
The following is from TAF:
To live a life with an object. Through a lifetime you have lots of different needs and wishes. We would like to believe that choosing a piece of furniture is not about the owners age.
It is about sustainability, timelessness and a dynamic function. Due to the cast reinforcement, like support stockings, the durability increases. The wooden part is replaceable and can be cut for different heights and needs.
Client: CiboneDesign: TAF Gabriella Gustafson & Mattias Ståhlbom
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