The limited amount of space available in ever-shrinking consumer homes has many people seeking out ways to make the most of every inch like the 'SAN' stool does.
Designed by Yusho Nishioka, the stool has a minimalistic aesthetic that can be used for sitting, as a small desk for working on a computer or getting some writing done. The stool reflects a number of Japanese traditions related to textiles, joinery and functionality, which expands the boundaries of the furniture piece to be applicable for consumers of all kinds.
The 'SAN' stool identifies the need for multifunctional home decor products as many consumers seek to streamline their living space and eliminate items that serve minimal purposes to put a strong focus on everyday efficiency.
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The 'SAN' Stool Boasts a Multifunctional Design for Small Homes
- By: Michael HemsworthMay 17, 2018