Luxxbox ups the ante with the all-new Wallie stool – combining the best features of a contemporary stool, with personal storage and mobility.
March 17th, 2014
As space restrictions, flexibility and versatility became paramount in the noughties, the ubiquitous stool became a staple in most homes, hospitality and office spaces.
The way various designers and design firms have responded to this has been one of the more fascinating facets of 21st century design. The best designers have responded with exciting and genre bending designs that have helped shape what we think of as contemporary design. Luxxbox brings the game forward in 2017 with the Wallie.
While it may look small, the Wallie packs a big personality punch. It not only adds to your personal storage capacity, serving as a lockable for your valuables, it can also be customised from top to bottom, with multiple LDPE base colours available and the option of either a timber or upholstery top.
Rollaway your Wallie to sit next to you under your desk, or obediently in a corner when not in use, and then swing it into action when there is a need for a BYO seat. Best part will be opening the soft close hinge of your new best friend to reveal all your gear inside.
Ideal for relaxed or high-energy workspaces, we can see a Wallie takeover of collaborative environments coming soon.
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