Almost every space, whether personal, commercial, or institutional, requires some sort of seating. I love using stools and benches for their versatility, particularly in smaller spaces. If you’re in need of some new seating, how about considering something a little out of the ordinary?
The S-Cube is a combination stool / child’s chair / step constructed using 60% recyclable, 3mm cardboard that withstands an adult’s weight. The S-Cube also features convenient handle cutouts that make it easy to move it from space to space.
Bongo Design’s Heavy Rabbit is a side table, stool, and magazine rack – all rolled into one awesome package! It’s made from thirty-one (31) individually hand-bent steel rods which are welded together before being powder-coated.Bungee cords aren’t often associated with seating, but that didn’t stop Hyeonil Jeong from using it when designing the Caterpillar Stool. The bungee cords weave CNC-cut plywood to create a flexible seat that conforms to your body.
Stool Infinite, designed by Fernanda Marques Arquitetos Associados, offers unlimited growth potential. I love the organic shape and flow of the piece, which can conform to any shape or size.