The Dundra Stool does not relate to some of the more common criteria where this sort of object is concerned. The typical stool is often basically built with the interest of lightweight and moveable qualities that can sometimes sacrifice comfort. Stefan Borselius manages to make this piece practical as well as cozy.
Manufactured by Blå Station, this backless chair has a frame of fine chrome-plated steel that forms four slender legs for a structure that's sturdy but easy to lift. The subtly flaring supports even invite you to stack several Dundra Stools together for space-saving storage. Why this feature is surprising is because each perch is topped with a plushy pillow to cushion the sitter.
The Dundra Stool Affords More Comfort Than Common Occasional Seats
Amelia Roblin — February 14, 2014 — Art & Design
References: blastation & borselius.se