Norwegian designer Linn Anne Bjørk making a sculptural stool named Warning for Danish manufacturer Onecollection. Japanese paper folding technique and an ordinary warning triangle, inspire of creation a stool. The name Warning has double meaning, it refers to exactly the purpose of the warning triangle and to the thickness of a stool. Warning has a simple shape, the triangle conic legs make a come out reflection of light and shadows also creates sculptural. The construction from solid ash wood is intelligent and complicated and is hidden inside the elements of a stool, but the expression looks simple and natural molded. Warning stool is use for everyday and as sculpture in the room. [Via]
Tim Wigmore has created a salvage stool and exhibited at Salone Satelite 2011 as new collection Designtree studio. The Salvage stool explores the point of contact between a refined industrial aesthetic and a mixture of mellow timber dowel and woodshop/junkshop outcasts. Top a stool is consist of open aluminum grills tightly clamping turned timber legs. Stay together with three bolts, a stool is an exercise in mild knockdown design. This design allows for many options and variations in the height of the foot that correspond to your style. [Via]
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Rafa Garcia has designed Happen Stool for Sancal. Happen applies a narrow L-shaped base to combine all the elements. It is a large modular program, closer to the modular furniture system than to upholstery. The seat cushions are created from a special composition of polyurethane on top of which is added a 6 cm in deep layer of memory foam.