Although the design is highly creative, the question of ergonomics comes to mind. This stool is great to have around in a commercial center or in your home for those times you have too many guests, but otherwise it does not look very comfortable.
The stool comes from Bram Geenen, a young designer from The Netherlands. Its shape was created “by making a model of hanging chains, so letting gravity determine the strongest and most logical shape for withstanding forces”.
This interesting stool was designed following the creative patterns of Gaudi, the famous Spanish architect. Gaudi’s plans for building churches impressed millions of people throughout the decades, so why not make the most of them and include them in modern design?
The chair was a part of a project that focused on the issue of lightweight products. You will find more interesting projects on Bram’s site and you can also get in contact with him.
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