Luxxbox’s latest product lets them relive their teenage years.
June 27th, 2012
The Luxxbox team looked to their adolescence for their latest design.
Ollie is a stool with a twist – or is that a kickflip?
Reused skateboards, inverted to show off their colourful underside, make up the seat of the stool. Polished stainless steel legs complete the form for a lightweight seat for indoors and outdoors.
Ollie is available in limited edition artwork boards or blank timber veneer. Bring in your own deck for a one-of-a-kind piece.
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