Bodleian Libraries Chair
About Bodleian Libraries Chair
Crafted to be comfortably sat in for many hours, the rear view of the chair was identified as critical to the concept of the design — the most visible aspect when the chair is in situ. The vertical timber, resembling the spines of books on shelves, forms one of the three legs that attaches to the sled base. Winner of the ‘Bodleian Libraries Chair Competition’ it is only the third new chair developed specifically for the Bodleian Libraries, Oxford since 1756.