An ultra-stylish stool that will eventually become a side table. Here is the result of a German collaborative workshop involving disabled people for responsible and quality production !
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Size : H 36 cm x D 36 cm x D 36 cm
Material : Douglas massive pine
Color : natural wood
Information : no assembly required. With time, the wood can move and give different reflections. This does not detract from the quality of the furniture.
A stool Design and unique! A real piece of cabinetmaking: this is the work of a workshop employing disabled people in Berlin. Under the aegis of a cabinetmaker, this seasoned group shapes and assembles the elements to give them life. With a "plus" sign, this small piece of solid wood furniture will attract attention by its amazing shape.
Gold reflections revealing the veins of a Douglas fir from the northern forests, this small piece of furniture can serve as a seat as a side table. Isolated or in series, this stool will fill your living room with humor and Design !
Gunnar Rönsch and Stephen K Molloy are german and met while studying architecture at the Universität der Künste in Berlin, graduating in 2006. In 2011 they started producing furniture in parallel to their architecture practice, and they haven't looked back. They love to experiment with new ways to use favourite old materials, and play with patterns and colours.
« Our design reflects our belief about the spaces and the things that are around us. We find it hard to articulate what we do (that's why we have to make it!) ».