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The Eiffel Stool Allows Freedom of Movement

 - Dec 15, 2009
References: shigekifujishiro & contemporist
If you are a Parisian at heart and want to imbue your home with more French-inspired furnishings, perhaps you should start with the Eiffel Stool. Although the resemblance is very minute, the name may be enough--no?

Created by Shigeki Fujishiro, the Eiffel Stool follows the concept "form by means of tools = shape from function," according to the Japanese designer. What does that mean? Well, Fujishiro designed the Eiffel Stool with the sitter in mind, creating a seat that is comfortable and allows freedom of movement.