The Kreuzband Stool by Judith Jacobi is Made from Rope and Wood

By: Andrew Robertson - Published: May 17, 2012 • References: cargocollective & design-milk
Angular, sophisticated and comfortable, the Kreuzband Stool by Judith Jacobi is a beautiful stool perfect for one's kitchen or study.

Judith Jacobi is a graduate student at the Burg Giebichenstein Halle International University of Art and Design. Her creation was featured at the Ventura Lambrate 2012 in Milan where it impressed onlookers through its contemporary aesthetics and foldable capabilities. Most people when they think of a collapsible chair or stool are reminded of the basic, steel bar and nylon seats that accompany camping trips.

The Kreuzband Stool by Judith Jacobi was created using wood and ropes to mimic the effect of tendons and bones within the human body, which also eliminates the need for screws and nails. The seat cover is made out of leather providing a comfortable, visually pleasing seating arrangement. Stats for Angular Contemporary Seating Trending: Older & Mild
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