Dome Stool by Toer

February 20th, 2013 by retail design blog

Toer designed a stool that gives the appearance of sitting on air, Dome. The eighty curved steel rods that spring out of the wooden base create a polar array. This strong shape, used in famous architecture like the pantheon, makes it strong enough to sit on. The stool is crafted from beech wood and is together with the round shapes in strong contrast with the hard metal rods. Because of it’s transparent design the Dome stool has an honest appearance.









http://studiotoer.com

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