Avant-garde Dutch designer Aldo Bakker's 3dwn1up chair is built from five pieces of wood: one seat and four "legs," one of which functions as a backrest.
Anura was initially created for the Wallpaper* handmade series in collaboration with leather manufacturer Santiago Gonzalez. The commission resulted in a stool with a "submissive, animal-like posture." The sulfur-colored version is the latest edition.
The Fume chair was inspired by "simple church and peasants' furniture." The chair contains just enough elements to function as a seat, and no more.
To create Pose, Bakker considered "the most elemental and the quickest way to create a bench: two vertical parts with a horizontal bar on top of them, a U shape upside down."
Three Pair is crafted from three abstract stone components that form a stool.