The Radice Stool's Design is Business in the Front and a Party in the Back

 - Apr 18, 2013
References: industrialfacility & dezeen
Although the traditional, everyday stool may use a simple design, there's no denying that while this easily mobile, four-legged perch may be a convenient household accessory, actually sitting on any stool for a prolonged period of time can be tiring and a bit painful. Luckily, British design company Industrial Facility's new Radice stool shows that people are picking up on the short comings of this age-old seating unit.

Made for Italian design firm Mattiazzi, Industrial Facility's Radice stool sees this company combining the mobility and visual appeal of a traditional stool with alternative, four-legged seating.

Coming in a wide variety of bright and vibrant colors, Industrial Facility's concept with the Radice was to fashion a chair that is "structurally digrammatic," while also "comfortable visually and physically because of how this third leg supports the seat," according to its site.