Tag: "Stool"

Another Country’s wooden stool manufacturing

Another Country makes contemporary craft furniture by hand in workshops in the UK and Portugal. They believe in good design, longevity, sustainability and quality at fair prices.
In Portugal they manufacture one hour south of the beautiful city of Porto. They filmed one of their visits to show you how their stool is made…

STOOL by Stevens and Hayter

The intention of this project was to explore the possibilities of executing a project with the smallest budget possible, whilst achieving an understandable and simple outcome using only hand-tools.

Officina Collection. Bouroullec for Magis

Wrough iron – the shaping of iron by hammering – is one of the oldest techniques for making objects. For Magis Officina collection, Bouroullec wanted to work with this ancient process and give it a new visual language.

360° Chair & Stool | Konstantin Grcic + Magis

360° is neither a stool nor a chair, but something inbetween. Its name implies that it swivels around and that one can sit on it in all directions. It is meant for seated activities that require a constantly changing posture. 360° is not intended for long stints of work in a static position. Instead it encourages a form of dynamic sitting, short term, ad hoc, improvised – moving around.

Brick and Cement Furniture Collection by Nexus

In an attempt to prolong the life of the traditional brick industry by re-using old machinery, taiwanese nexus design studio changes the fundamental relationship between brick and cement. By re-designing new moulds on re-purposed industrial machine.

Oskar Zieta, Plopp stool

Plopp stool is an icon and a bestseller of Zieta Prozessdesign. The unique, toy-looking and playful shape of Plopp is an effect of an innovative forming method.

Kaspar Hamacher, burned wooden stool

Kaspar Hamacher loves wood and his chain saw. Belgium designer Kaspar Hamacher creates furniture that range from chairs to shelves. Using nature as a source of inspiration he aims to design simple pieces that are not artificially produced.

The Sea Chair Project by Studio Swine and Kieren Jones

The Sea Chair is made entirely from plastic waste collected from the ocean. The plastic used to create the first Sea Chair originates from the shores of Porthtowan, a beach located on the Southwest Coast that is known to be the most polluted beach in the UK for micro plastic.

Pewter Stool by Max Lamb

Inspired by a childhood spent on the beaches of Cornwall building castles, boats and tunnels in the sand, I decided to return to my favourite beach at Caerhays on the south coast of Cornwall to produce a stool using a primitive form of sand-casting. Molten pewter was poured into a sand mould sculpted directly into the beach by hand, and once cooled the sand was dug away to reveal a pewter stool.

Milk Stool by Staffan Holm

Milk stool is inspired by traditional craftsmanship but is made by a high tech CNC router. The industrialization of furniture manufacture has given us cheaper more uniform furniture. In the process many interesting aspects of craftsmanship were neglected in order to keep profit as high as possible.

Round and round table by Max Lamb

Round and round table by Max Lamp is a small table of four parts, each screwing into the next, from a solid oak disc a table grows upwards. This small table functions from a threaded central leg that allows the table adjust from any height up to 600mm. The table comes as individual parts and is easily twisted together. The design was inspired by a recent discovery of a simply thread-cutting tool that allows Max cut perfect threads in wooden dowels by hand, without the need for a lathe.

Red clay stool by Red Aede & Apparatu

The Brandery, the Barcelona’s Show dedicated to replace the missing Bred & Butter, presented the design of 15 member firms of Red – Association of Spanish Design – creating space ‘Habitat Design’ from which invites bloggers and visitors socialize and see the latest proposals for interior design.

Gravity stool by Jolan van der Wiel

The Gravity Stool thanks its unique shape to the cooperation between magnetic fields and the power of gravity. Departing from the idea that everything is influenced by gravitation, a force that has a strongly shaping effect, he intended to manipulate this natural phenomenon by exploiting its own power: magnetism.


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