The Fase #3 Stool may look like a traditional decoupage project with its colorful paste-like aesthetic, but it is in fact made out of a new material called Demodé and wasted textile that give it a similar effect. Salvaged from factories in Santiago, Chile, the materials are eco-friendly, which is at once perceivable upon looking at the rough and rugged surface of the Fase #3 Stool.
Designed by Bernardita Marambio B. of Pecas, the Fase #3 Stool has a crafty look that will appeal to many different people. This is especially the case because overall the seat is minimalist, which will allow it to fit into any existing home decor easily. The domed surface is supported by three wooden legs, which gives the Fase #3 Stool a lot of colorful character.
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