Archive for the ‘stool’ category

Mas Creations Doctor Workshop highstool by Masquespacio

June 11th, 2018

We love the simplicity of the design composed of only one material, although we wanted to reinterpret it, using a less common material for furniture design. On the other hand, a mirror effect of purple color was applied to give the design a particular aspect.

Steve Stool and Bench by Liqui Group

April 26th, 2018

The Steve Stool and Bench follow a strictly minimal and geometric approach to adaptable seating, combined with its generous scale this range of commercial furniture has a bold but uncluttered aesthetic that is able to be moved with ease.

Asana chairs by Ronda Design

April 9th, 2018

Generous shapes for a comfortable seat, fine upholstery covers that enhance the effect of the workmanship and the detailing in the padded backrest featuring a slightly pleated effect at the base ensure the entire collection proves to be sophisticated and feminine as well as particularly original.

Mediterranean Reflections by Omelette-ed

September 25th, 2017

The Valencian company Omelette-Ed has launched its first collaborative collection for the home: three pieces created by different design studios that share a common philosophy: sustainability, timelessness and simplicity in the objects proposed.

Sweet Samurai by Fromme & Blum

September 18th, 2017

This means: High concerns for the product and no throwaway mentality. To that end Sweet Samurai is made from bavarian wood and hand-welded steel frames, powder-coated in six lovely colours for a lifetime and at retail prices calculated transparently.

The Toku Collection for Schiavello by Gavin Harris

August 24th, 2017

Toku, which is ‘talk’ in Japanese, includes benches, ottomans, tables, stools, and screens that can easily be moved around to design workplace setups based on various needs.

Bender stool by blocher partners

July 16th, 2017

To replace the seat, e.g. with a padded or textile-covered module, the frame is stretched so that the panel can be removed. The tension of the frame and the depth of the seat are calculated so that both elements form a safe unit.

“Soft” Furniture Collection by Nendo

June 21st, 2017

Instead of going the typical padded route for softness, they used sheets of 1.5 mm thick polycarbonate and achieved a similar cushioning by laminating and bending it.

Egon Collection of furniture for Alki by Iratzoki Lizaso

May 11th, 2017

Each piece is stripped of extraneous adornment to keep their silhouettes simplified and fairly minimalist, while still remaining aesthetically pleasing for all the modern design lovers out there.

Iota yarns collection

March 20th, 2017

Products in the first collection include petal-like poufs and stools made from gathered crocheted yarns. It also features knotted cushions and a series of rugs with wide coloured stripes and silky tassels.

TRAYER Stools by SSTEEL

March 5th, 2017

TRAYER Stools are designed with respect to the 3 keywords of simplicity, smart and stylish. With the straight line of steel body structure and in contrast with the curves of seating and backrest, and stainless steel footrest, you will see that simplicity always works.

Design collection by Kaksikko

February 27th, 2017

The design expands on the form language of the Maissi bench, using simple cylindrical forms to create seating objects that are surprisingly light and comfortable. Referencing East Asian and Nordic typologies, the minimalistic form is made both strong and comfortable by the angle created between the upper rail, which sits atop the legs, and the lower rail, which rests just in front.

“The Coffee Ceremony” furniture collection by Hugh Miller

January 31st, 2017

The collection comprises a coffee cart, table, a communal bench, a stool and a chair – with each piece serving a different stage of the ritual. Mugs are held in woven loops in the cart, which also features a removable wooden panel that doubles as a tray.

Furniture made of steam-bent and twisted wood by Bar Gantz

January 17th, 2017

The designer has found that twisting the material offers much more intriguing shapes — thus implementing it in every product. However, the biggest challenge has been to adjust the aesthetical quality of the twist with the functional structure of each product.

Orona Ideo Headquarters by STUA

December 1st, 2016



The neuralgic center of this project is a cylindrical building, inserted diagonally in the ground and that is work of the architects Eneko Goicoechea and Xabier Barrutieta. In this environment, with a marked architectural character, the pure lines of STUA furniture fit perfectly.

Newave Stool and Carte Trolley by .TEBIAN

November 26th, 2016



Both products are designed keeping functionality in mind. What these furniture have in common is their multi-purpose function in different situations, they are suited for both everyday use and more festive occasions. Newave works as a stool as well as a night table.

Spa stool by Reinier de Jong

November 25th, 2016



The way the ash wood legs and white marble top are connected are a most striking detail and show that parts mostly out of sight can be made beautifully too.

Digital fabrication furnitures by Standard Products

November 5th, 2016

Standard Products has developed a first collection of objects — stool, cupboard, and lamp — constructed through digital fabrication. They combine 3D-printed components with standard materials such as wooden planks and beams, available in local hardware stores.

“Chair table” and “Stool tool” for VITRA by Konstatin Grcic at Orgatec 2016

November 2nd, 2016

The VITRA “Stool tool” by Konstantin Grcic, is a multi-functional furniture solution for the workplace, uniting a chair and a table in a single object. Adaptable for use as both a striking solo piece or in multiple groupings, the monolithic furniture features step-like platforms to accommodate different seating heights and a wide range of uses.

“Bent” collection by Studio Pedrazzi

October 11th, 2016

Studio Pedrazzi have approached the “Bent” series as a research project about the plasticity, resistance and precision of stainless steel intertwined with the warmth and tactile nature of handmade tapestry.