Dojo - Chair

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AC/AL Studio

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Wood chair

 DOJO, the result of two years of work, is characterized by a rigorous outline. In reference to the Dōjō, a place dedicated to the study of meditation and the learning of martial ar ts, this collection emerged from a search for essence, and harmoniously unites structural tensions and the fluidity of the lines.

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  • Solid beech, steel, grained epoxy paint


DOJO chair
L: 48,5 cm | 19.1 inch
W: 50 cm | 19.7 inch
H: 81,5 cm | 32.1 inch
H1: 45 cm | 17.7 inch
POIDS: 6 kg | WEIGHT: 13.2 lb

L: 49 cm | 19.3 inch
W: 50 cm | 19.7 inch
H: 90 cm | 35.4 inch
POIDS: 6,5 kg | WEIGHT: 14.3 lb

DOJO Bridge
L: 51,5 cm | 20.3 inch
W: 50 cm | 19.7 inch
H: 75,5 cm | 29.7 inch
H1: 45 cm | 17.7 inch
POIDS: 7 kg | WEIGHT: 15.4 lb

CREATION AND EDITION : 2016 and 2018


  • Clean with clear or soapy water without detergent.
  • Wipe carefully to avoid traces of limestone.
  • Do not use abrasive or metallic sponge or scouring powder or any other detergent
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Collection Dojo
AC/AL Studio

After graduating from ENSCI-Les Ateliers, Amandine Chhor and Aïssa Logerot kick-started their careers working in architecture and design studios for five years, as well as for companies such as Hermès. Between 2009 and 2012, they collaborated on contemporary design projects, using sustainable artisanal techniques, in developing countries such as Cambodia, Morocco and Cameroon. The duo founded their own design studio in Paris in 2013, with the aim of creating objects that tell a story and achieve a perfect balance between function, form and production technique. Passionate about materials, arts and crafts, and industrial manufacturing processes, they design products and furniture that are functional yet simplistic.


Softness and sharp lines

Dojo is a set of table and chairs designed by Ac/Al studio. This refined, elegant design focuses on its rigorous outline, characterised by a sharp contrast between the softness of the wood and the harsh texture of steel – the fluidness of the curves emphasises the joining of these materials.