A quick idea thinking, writing, and sketching about taking typography to a physical level of comfort structure:
There is a certain anatomy of type that does not escape the correlation with the anatomy of the human. Yet type is always left standing, and has not an opportunity to sidt down and be comfortable or interact with it's human counterpart.
Alphabetical Comfort is the idea for furniture design that bridges the gap between a type character and the human individual and allows a letter to experience comfort. Kerning and other aspects of typographical spacing can then be seen through both the furniture design and the spatiality with the interior of a room or site.
*original note from my FIELD NOTES entry slightly modified.
(excuse the poor and quick sketches)