Kaktus stool by Enrico Bressan for Artecnica

December 7th, 2011 by retail design blog

Enrico Bressan, co-founder of Artecnica and an architect by trade, has created a sturdy, lightweight aluminum stool for both indoor and outdoor use. Taking inspiration from the fibrous skeleton of the Staghorn Cholla cactus, the Kaktus Stool is disarmingly delicate, yet capable of supporting great weight.

Diameter: 17 in / 44cm. Height: 18 in / 46cm. 100% recycled aluminum. Indoor/outdoor. Use as a stool or a basket.








http://artecnicainc.com

Carhartt Work In Progress store by Andrea Caputo, Verona
Designed by architect Andrea Caputo as several other Carhartt Stores in Ital...
Roadie collection by Karpenter
Karpenter designed a collection of repurposed teak wood furniture that has t...
CHEFT Furniture Collection by Studio Pousti
Furniture Collection Inspired by Persian Architectural Patterns
Monumental Chair by Eray Carbajo
It’s faceted, geometric structure wraps around the back for comfort while cr...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *