100K is a plexiglass stool that features a unique set of decorative elements: staples. Although not many people would look to common stationery to create a unique set of furniture pieces, designers are not average people. They tend to look at things with fresh eyes, seeing past their function in order to reinterpret their existence in new and exciting ways.
In this case, Nilly Mozer created a plexiglass stool that has been strategically lasercut in order to incorporate rows of staples into the design. Design Milk notes, "The staples create texture and a graphic quality to the piece, and the platform becomes interactive by letting you shift them, remove or add them to mix up the look."