The inspiration here is again architectural in nature: the iron structures of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century that emerged from prefabricated elements, transforming function into a decorative element. The dialogue between form and material is once again the basis of this stackable stool. A dialogue that pivots on lightness, reduction, and simplicity. The outlines and smoothed-off corners recall Japanese origami. Everything reverts to the primary notion of requisite utility and beauty, in the search of the borderline tension.
Materials and finishes: burnished iron
size (higher stool) : H63cm x L37/47cm x P43cm
size (lower stool) : H46cm x L37/44cm x P41cm