Inspired by building blocks designed for children, [stac] is a self-build piece of furniture made of geometric elements that the user can stack according to her/his desires and needs.

No screws or bolts are required: the structure is held firmly in place by the weight of the elements and the non-slip rubber bands along the sides.
Like a game set that can be disassembled and put away in its box, the components of [stac] fit together to take up the least space possible. In this configuration, the rubber bands become the straps.

Chestnut, lime wood, linen, foam and rubber
Graduation project made at Ensci – les Ateliers
Under the direction of Romain Cuvellier
Paris, 2009.
Pictures by Véronique Huygues

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