This stool design is a consideration of the basic simplicity of form and function.
January 13th, 2010
Two archetypal seating solutions are combined; a classic tractor seat, chosen for its ergonomic shape, sits atop a rustic, three-legged milking stool. ’¨ ’¨The generously proportioned seat is designed for comfort and is made from colour gel coated polyester resin. The material chosen is tactile and contemporary and is intended to express modernity. The elegantly tapered legs are oiled European oak. Their simple, geometric form is in contrast to the fluid mass of the seat they support.
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