Piédestaux Food Pedestals

 

Overview

Marie-Pier Guilmain and Maud Beauchamp's new joint venture MPGMB features pieces that are playful, collaborating to create designs that are both intuitive, spontaneous and witty. Their Piédestaux food pedestals are a reflection of the pair's principal aesthetics. Inspired by the work of Ettore 

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Little Stool

 

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Designer Antonio Aricò presents a simple object full of nostalgia.  His aim was to create a less expensive product than in his previous collections.  The concept for the stool came from memories of furniture in a childhood home, which he created from natural pinewood to create a smell 

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Alfiere, Regina and Pedone stools

 

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This family of stools, designed by Giorgio Bonaguro for Icons Furniture, offers a playful interpretation of this kind of furniture. Drawing inspiration from the games of chess, each stool is designed with a chess piece in mind. The collection is comprised of several pieces, all of which draw inspiration 

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Dessewffy Bar Stools

 

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Dessewffy is the Melbourne-based studio of furniture designer Felicity Dessewffy. The studio strives to create elegant, sculptural and intriguing designs; to engage people with objects that are sometimes overlooked. After graduating with a Bachelor of Architecture (Hons) from the University of Melbourne 

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Sway

 

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A new stool Sway designed by Burkhard Vogtherr creates a solution for a simple, healthy and elegant stool. Available in two versions, the sway is rotatable, can be tilted and adjustable in height. Designed to support and relieve the strain of long-term sitting on the body, Sway is a comfortable padded 

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Visiona Stools

 

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Verner Panton designed the Visiona Stool as part of the interior installation created for his Visiona exhibition in Cologne. The compact upholstered stool not only provides practical and comfortable seating but also adds vibrant colour accents that can be coordinated with any interior, thanks to the large 

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NOUGHTS & CROSSES

 

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The new collection by Modus and designed by Michael Sodeau is a simple take on the traditional stool: Noughts & Crosses. The three- or four-legged stools are available in two different heights to be used for bar or dining table use. The oak stools have a steel powder coat with the O and X variations 

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HYDE STACKING STOOL

 

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The Hyde Stool is a fully upholstered stacking stool which is ideal for a wide range of environments from flexible workspaces and informal meeting areas to hotels, bars, museums and educational institutions. The Hyde Stool is a frameless piece and is moulded using PU CMHR foam, making it a comfortable, 

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CATERPILLAR STOOL

 

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"No matter how stiff each piece is, flexible relation makes an smooth flow. Its elastic connection allows an organic surface movement despite the rigidity of ply-wood material." Through this design, Hyeonil Jeong tried to build an amusing structure which provides a un-expected experience to users. He did 

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BAN STOOLS

 

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These stools evoke those used by the African cultures, as well as in America during pre-Hispanic times. They were symbols for status, tradition, religion and identity. They are developed from select, certified, solid walnut, tzalam, and beech wood, produced through a complex process of cutting, 

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SAN STOOL

 

Overview

SAN stool was developed as a commercial quality stacking stool, primarily targeted towards the hospitality market. Additionally, SAN was developed to complement the highly successfully Filament table (released 2011). This fresh design balances an intriguing form against an informed use of material and 

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MBH5

 

Overview

Designed by Austrian designer Masato Miura, the prototype of the MBH5 barstool combines both elegance and stability into the constraint of economic feasibility. The design concept is based on seven wooden parts, die-cut from a single plate. The shapes contributing to multiple stools can be arranged in a 

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