The CAPAS stool is a bespoke piece of the CAPAS range.
March 8th, 2014
Also built entirely by hand, the CAPAS stool is a versatile piece of the cardboard range. The stool generally comes with felt inserts in between cardboard layers. Randomly placed and in contrast with the neutral tones of the cardboard, the felt inserts add a fun punch of colour.
The CAPAS stool has different options for its side panels: Plywood, Masonite [as shown above] or perforated Masonite [pictured below]. Different combinations can be achieved in conjunction with the felt inserts and its signature belt leather.
A versatile piece to suit your spatial requirements.
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