Stools to explore inspiration

Designing a stool makes a perfect starting point from many different sources of inspiration.

Below are some examples that all have a different starting point, either a material (metalsheet), a production technique (lasercutting), or an element of inspiration (surrounding).

Balancing stool

On this balancing chair two people have to find their balance together to be able to stay seated.

The chair is made of 1m2 sheetmetal of 1 mm.

Minimum waste stool

This stool is designed in collaboration, starting with the process of lasercutting the design, allowing it to transport as compact as possible and minimizing the usage and waste of material.

The consumer can bend the legs at home with a heatgun.

It is made of 1 sheet of recycled plastic of 40×60 cm

River bench

A felt bench inspired by the river area I originate from. The base is made of steel, with a wooden seat which is covered with a fabric made of strings of felt.

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