The Mågen stool is a durable yet surprisingly comfortable seating solution that could replace the chair at a desk to offer an intriguing space to sit while getting work done. The stool features a design that is achieved with six pieces of plywood for the top portion that has been molded to create a butterfly-like aesthetic, which will undulate when sat on. This helps to reduce the pressure that is often created when sitting on a rigid seat to make staying stationary when working less uncomfortable and also add an element of fun thanks to the somewhat bouncy design.
The Mågen stool is the design work of Pernille Løgstrup Iversen, Rikke Palmerston and Fatima Fransson, and features a comfortable aesthetic that doesn't actually require a cushion in order to be used.
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The Mågen Stool is Made with Six Pieces of Plywood for Durable Comfort
- By: Michael HemsworthMar 20, 2019