Through The Chair That Rocks, an initiative of Studio José de la O and Luz de Noche Cultural Forum, I was invited to collaborate with local artisans and produce a chair, specifically with the "Casa Prieto" Lumberyard.
The tlacotalpan chair is a reinterpretation of the local rocking chair, used for taking the cool. Based on the premise of comfort and its use, the chair was slightly widened to increase the attributes of comfort, and it was also made in two assembled parts, so that it occupies the least possible space when not in use. It was made entirely of red cedar wood.
Date: November 1 2019