The Reading Chair by AUWorkshop is made from just a couple of wooden planks and five dowels, yet it composes quite a clever form with a few complementary functions.
Set up as a three-legged bench, the piece has a small backrest attached that invites you to take a seat, facing away from the other elements of the furnishing. Between the dorsal support and a particularly lengthy timber post is the perfect place to stash several of your favorite books.
One needs sufficient illumination in order to make reading possible, so the Architecture Uncomfortable Workshop installed a light fixture on top of the tall post. Able to be angled directly at the Reading Chair, this floor lamp completes a wonderfully well-equipped setup for the young bookworm.
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