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The Typo Collection Tells its User How Each Piece Should Be Approached

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Aug 11, 2012 • References: blog-orangedesign and yankodesign
In case there was ever going to be any confusion about the purpose of the pieces in the Typo Collection, each one literally spells out its own function. There are two eccentric objects in Orange Design's set by Luiza Boaventura Mendonca, with one acting as a flat surface and the other as a stool.

The vertical support system of the coffee table has been cleanly cut from methacrylate to form the word "table" in capital letters. "Seat" is written with the stacking of its four characters to produce an elevated and inviting perch. Both pieces are three-sided, having been creased at 90 degrees in two places to form level tops and perpendicular bracing sides.

To increase the charm of the Typo Collection, the material is 100% recyclable and the pair comes in a variety of bold colors.