The Bag Stools created by designer Gitta Gschwendtner don't look comfortable by any means. Commissioned by Time Out Magazine and the Design Museum, Gschwendtner created these stools on the theme â€œConsume.â€ The stools are made of concrete and wood fiber, making them slightly environmentally-friendly, while their shape serves as the link to consumerism. The stools are currently on show at the Design Museum.
Implications - With the plain, white design, Gitta Gschwendter's Bag Stools truly look like the real thing. The folds of the bag at the side and minor puckering of the design adds a realistic look to them. The stools' realistic aesthetic makes the viewer wary of their true materials as well as take precautions before sitting on them.
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