Schiavelloâ€™s Wave stool by Brian Steendyk, typifies the designerâ€™s flair for uniting the cheeky with the sophisticated.
July 3rd, 2009
Schiavello’s Wave stool plays with fluid lines and non-symmetrical form to create an image of a continuous ripple, representing the perfect combination of calm and modern.
Its smooth, cylindrical shape and soft edges merge and harmonize in what is an ideal addition to any space.
The Wave stool is not only sleek and versatile in appearance but is also incredibly functional, as its unique three point base maximises stability on uneven surfaces and can be easily stacked for storage.
This is one piece within a line of many from designer Brian Steendyk, which injects a sense of fun and life into mature, clever creations.
Having previously exhibited his work in Milan and Tokyo, Steendyk is acclaimed for his fine attention to form and his analytical approach to design that imbues his pieces with a distinctive edge.
Brian Steendyk has worked across many design disciplines including furniture, interiors, landscape design and architecture, and this broad experience is evident in the effortlessness of his work.
Made from hardy polyethylene, Schiavello’s Wave stool is available in a range of colours, is fade-resistant and easy to clean, making it suitable for a variety of indoor and outdoor spaces, be it a corporate, domestic or commercial setting.
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