korban/flaubert’s latest is a Swell ™ design
November 21st, 2008
The ‘Swell‘ stool/side table is a new addition to korban/flaubert’s repertoire of simple polyethylene products. It’s super shiny form was inspired by plant growth and the behaviour of liquids.
Strong as singles, groups or a sculptural stack it is available in a wide array of colours.
Designed, tooled and produced by korban/flaubert in Sydney
Available direct from korban/flaubert, Sydney.
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