Sgabello is a unique chair that is designed by Claudia Heiniger from POSTFOSSIL. For a first image this chair looks like the others, which is simple and ordinary stylish. However Sgabello is more than just a seat. It has an asymmetrical shape, thereby indicating that this chair can be used for a different way. Moreover the seat can be used as a side table or a bracket for storing books.
Sgabello is made from metal frame, powder-coated, and solid wood plate (cherry, oak) untreated. They joined both structural and functional and at the same time remaining totally separated. Timber has the shape of unbalances, so you can find the function as many times as you want. This chair framework provided by the thickness of each material and profile. This gives a frame structure universal. [Via]