Inspired from the challenge of the shortage of resources after the Tohoku earthquake in 2011, Ishinomaki Laboratory is a volunteer team and flexible design practitioner which produce creativity design chiefly use 2×4-compliant red cedar.
The following is a series of wooden stool of 5 designers and architects collaboration with Ishinomaki Laboratory:
Ishinomaki Stool was designed by Keiji Ashizawa collaboration with Herman Miller.
Carry Stool designed by Tomoko Azumi is a set of stacking stools, which can be upturned and used as a carrying container or tray.
AA Stool designed by Torafu Architects is a simple stool made of 26mmX90mm wood modules where the legs are cut at a slightly diagonal angle at both ends.
Kyanvasu stool designed by Tomás Alonso is a simple stool made from three planks of red cedar and a piece of locally sourced canvas.