Here are some shots of the Bookseat in different scenarios, Just came across these going through the pictures from an earlier photoshoot.
Our latest collection for the Bookseat is out!
Bookseat is a true multifunctional chair with over 12 linear feet (3.6m) of shelving space.
This edition of the Bookseat was special order by Cutler and Gross of London for their Toronto flagship boutique, at 84 Yorkville ave. Toronto, Canada. Currently placed as the signature window piece on yorkville to showcase the latest collection of Cutler and Gross’ design.
This special edition was crafted with white-washed Maple and Birch, to blend with the conceptual design of the space and keep the language of material finishes in the space. This edition was released with optional white leather upholstery.
We are dedicated to Canadian craftsmanship and our pieces are handmade one by one in our factory near Toronto area. All materials are locally sourced and we are proud to use the support of our local resources and craftsmen.
”We cannot revise the plans for contemporary houses effectively unless we take a new look at the furniture question…Furniture, apart from chairs and tables consists almost entirely of storage space.And existing storage units generally have the wrong dimensions and are practically unusable. I condemn such waste of space.” Le Corbusier, 1930
The Bookseat, a simple bookcase that playfully curves and becomes a seat, is a creative design responding to the advent of multifunctional spaces in today’s urban living. Noted as one of the “ten must sees” at Toronto Interior Design Show, and awarded for best Design at Montreal’s International Design Show (SIDIM).
The Bookseat is locally sourced and hand-crafted within 100 miles of Fishtnk’s studio in Parkdale, Toronto and is available with a felt cushion in customizable colors and a limited edition leather cushion. The current production of the Bookseat is limited to 100 pieces, uniquely numbered and tagged.
dimensions: 600x920x843 mm
Design: Mani Mani.
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