These Sascha Grewe Designs Let You Spell While You Sit

 - Oct 13, 2012
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These Sascha Grewe designs fuse creativity and aesthetics along with purpose. The three-dimensional topography furnishings are built to resemble the shape of letters, making them both fun and functional. The German designer takes her inspiration from her surroundings, that include modern architecture and off-kilter industrial design objects.

After constructing her first comic book shelf at the age of ten, the interior design graduate began to create quirky tables, wall partitions and compact seating that doubles as effective storage.

Available in a sea of bright colors and every letter of the alphabet, these Sascha Grewe designs can be seen in the chic home of a modern urbanite or infused into a public space such as a library or restaurant.