The impending need to furnish a work which was nearing completion, the need to keep down cost, and, above all, the remnants of the timber which remained on the site were the starting-point for the devising of this series of furniture. A beginning was made with a seat, followed by another version with arms, and a stool. The armchair grew out of a new self-limitation: that only one section of timber should be used. A seat for a baby was subsequently added. Joints with screws are all visible, and there is nowhere any complex method of jointing. The design has one further merit, which is faithful to the spirit of re-use and construction by simple means: imperfections and irregularities are welcome!

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