Rattatan Stool by Wiktoria Szawiel

March 27th, 2012 by retail design blog

Rattan is a material that usually is associated with baskets or rattan furniture for which is commonly used. In my project I have decided to use rattan for the same purpose – creating a stool, but in a totally different way then usually. The effect is unexpectedly different in comparison to regular rattan weaving technique.

The part of the stool that is made with rattan sticks weights less then 1 kg, because the sticks are extremely light. One rattan stick is not able to hold human body, but more of them together, connected in a certain way create funny and comfortable stool.





http://www.behance.net/wiktoria/frame/3379371

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