The 7xStool Collection is the Result of a Strange Invention

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jan 25, 2013 • References: & fastcodesign
The 7xStool Collection isn't a person's average rugged furnitures series. First of all, it wasn't crafted by hand. Instead, it was created by a very large and very metal robotic arm. Those rough cuts are easily explained now. Invented by Tom Pawlofsky and Tibor Weissmahr with the help of Echtwald and Kkaarrlls, the chainsaw-wielding robot is essentially a "performance artist running a CAD script," as put by Fast Co. Design.

Artistic or not, the end result is also very practical. Each chair in the 7xStool Collection takes about 35 minutes. The chainsaw holds it back, according to the creators. Comprised of three legged seats and a side table, the 7xStool Collection is quite impressive, all things considered. It would fit perfectly into a quaint log cabin. Stats for Robot-Chainsawed Chairs Trending: Older & Buzzing
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