The collection consists of three product families that are inspired by old manufacturing techniques. Laminating wood, casting iron and the extremely clever dovetail joint.
The old pioneers of the laminating technique Eames, Alto, Mathsson shaped our time in a profound way though their hard work. But what has happened with the techniques since then? There are many old thruths about what can and cannot be done and this stool is a tribute to the old masters through pushing the limit of what is possible once again. The legs of the stool is bent in two directions in a way that simply isn’t possible. And still here it is.
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The dovetail joint is one of the oldest joining techniques in history but is seen as obsolete and will soon be forgotten when new and cheaper methods are developed. This is a modern way of using this genius method.
The weight of the cast iron foot enables a very small footprint and the ash rods are loose until twisted down the hole.