30 Connected Frames Can Be Arranged in Various Ways to Form the Coil Bench

February 16, 2018 Caroline Williamson

30 Connected Frames Can Be Arranged in Various Ways to Form the Coil Bench

Tim Miller Studio designed a modular form of seating that can adapt to most any space. The Coil Bench is composed of 30 wooden frames that are connected to form a vertebrae-like structure that can be arranged into various shapes, from a circle to an S-shape.

The interactive bench invites the user to play with the arrangement which produces a visual and auditory experience through the repetition of the frames and the clacking noise they make when the edges touch. While it’s a playful design, it’s also flexible and functional and could work in different spaces.

Previous Article
The Dolmen Collection from Esrawe Studio
The Dolmen Collection from Esrawe Studio

A new collection of furniture that seeks balance despite the different materials.

Next Article
A 1970s Sausalito Home Is Renovated by Feldman Architecture
A 1970s Sausalito Home Is Renovated by Feldman Architecture

An outdated home overlooking the San Francisco Bay is renovated to make way for the owner's collections.