Cervezas Alhambra launched a new series of experimental craft beers that have been fermented on wooden barrels from different sweet wines of Jerez in Andalucía: Amontillado, Palo Cortado and Pedro Ximenez. The office was commissioned to do a project with those
56 oak barrels.
Based on the experimental attitude of this beer company we were interested on the idea of inefficiency and decided to propose an anti-industrial exercise centered on seating objects. What could be the most inefficient chair from an industrial point of view?
Through a mathematical formula we created Numeradas: a collection of 3.060 one-off seating objects based on 18 variations of legs, where each one of them is different on every single chair and therefore the connections between them as well.
Only 6 were physically produced using reclaimed wood from the barrels; for this operation we rescue 4 cubic meters of solid oak and we spent around 500 working hours manually dedicated to this project.
We still have more than 3 cubic meters of wood, oak anyone?
More info: cervezasalhambra.es