OCTAHEDRONS stool by Benjamin Migliore

January 15th, 2014 by retail design blog

Inspired by a pyramidal shape, this stool consist of 2 octahedrons using a triangular base. It is a multifunctional stool: can be used as a high stool (height 74 cm) when in a vertical position or as a seat for two (height 37 cm) when in horizontal position just by turning it by 90° which is enough to fix the seat and making pressure on its structure. The seat is perfectly built in with the structure and adapts as necessary. Its 9 connecting pieces make it easy the built up or down. The structure is solid and resistant. The Octahedrons stool is built to last.

Designed by Benjamin Migliore












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