Bassam Fellows’ Tractor stool combines smooth curves and the beauty of solid wood for an elegant, timeless design.
April 4th, 2012
When Craig Bassam and Scott Fellows were in Australia late last year to launch their furniture collection at Living Edge, one of the most talked about pieces was their Tractor stool.
Its dynamic form and perfectly curved seat evokes an organic, inviting feel.
The shape of the stool is influenced by the ergonomics of a Swiss tractor seat. Carved from solid wood and expertly hand-finished, it is comfortable, lightweight and elegant.
The Tractor stool is perfect for both residential and contract use and available in solid carved ash, walnut or teak – best suited to covered outdoor areas.
The Tractor stool is now available through Living Edge.
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