A satisfaction for basic function is easier to come by than an appreciation for efficient design. The Desmos Stool by CreativeAffairs strives to be recognized for both of these coupled qualities simultaneously. The task is a less complicated one due to the simplicity of the small seating object, and its composition effectively showcases its fused features upfront.
The technique of spot welding was employed to assemble each endearing industrial chair, reinforcing the idea of physical bonds. The process requires both bits of wire to be melted down and applied to each other in order to establish strength and stability.
Several pieces of bent metal make up the intricate criss-crossed seat of the Desmos Stool by CreativeAffairs, which is flanked by four legs footed with elegant curves. Multiple objects stack effortlessly together and this idea of union extends to the application of elastic-fastened felt cushions.
The Desmos Stool by CreativeAffairs Stands Thanks to its Welded Skeleton
Amelia Roblin — January 14, 2012 — Art & Design