The Pull Stool by Benjamin Kicic is an Easily Assembled Flat-Pack Design

By: Meghan Young - Published: Aug 16, 2013 • References: benjaminkicic & yankodesign
The Pull Stool is not a person's typical flat pack furniture design. It doesn't require a whole lot of effort to put together like common Ikea items. Instead, all a person needs to do is pull a cord and it springs into life. Hence the Pull Stool's name. The same cord releases it for easy storage when it's not needed.

Created by Benjamin Kicic, a designer born in Yugoslavia and raised in New England, United States, the Pull Stool is made out of three simple materials: canvas, polystrene and a parachute cord. This results in a minimalist seating option that will complement just about any existing home decor. Considering that the Pull Stool is perfect for impromptu seating, this versatility will be highly appreciated all around. Stats for Cord-Opening Seating Trending: Older & Mild
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