Flexible Wooden Stool

Posted on December 29, 2011 in Furniture design

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Multiple cuts come within millimetres of cutting through the wood creating flex. It is able to be laid flat then stood up and slouched over; its own weight keeps it in this curved form. It is a combination of short and full length slates giving reference to the original pallet. All the slates are then bound together by strips of scooter tyre inner tube, creating Palatable Curve from only pallet wood and inner tube. Design: Hamish Dudley Macdonald

 

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