Offset stool by Giorgio Biscaro

November 9th, 2011 by retail design blog

Bent plywood stool. A large plywood sheet get bent and cut in bars. These bars get screwed together with three milled legs, so the structure is solid and steady. The stool, can be shipped in a very small package, and it’s painted everywhere but the seat area, to show how it’s built. Its particular production method allows to reduce to the minimum the offcuts and costs.

Designed by Giorgio Biscaro

http://www.giorgiobiscaro.com/

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