LOWLINE (or ‘çömçöm’ in Turkish) is a low sitting unit. Inspired by the small stools the tradesmen use in front of their stores and the unique "crouching" movement of Turks; it re-interpreting old gestures, which are inclined to be forgotten. It’s also emphasizing being close to the street by being a low sitting unit, self-organization of sitting spaces by elimination of being bond to a table and sparing space by being stackable. Its areas of use have a wide range from houses to cafes and gardens.

Cargo Collective
Frogtown, Los Angeles