Offset Stool

Posted on April 1, 2010 in Furniture design

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Offset Stool is obtained through the repetition of some plywood strips bent at the same angle, manufactured by the producer by bending a long, single sheet of plywood and then cutting it into pieces. These pieces are drilled and paired to three pantograph cut legs through three couples of little iron bars to avoid glueing and provide extra stiffness. At this stage, the stool is a compact body, but its resulting shape is still quite uneven, because all the bent stripes are the same length, and this make the seat kinda “rough”. To obtain a smooth profile, the stool is milled with the help of a guide and no other processes are needed. via

 

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