The Sidekick Stool by Timothy John is Modeled After a Scientific Beaker

 - Nov 26, 2012
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The Sidekick Stool has a fun name for a fun design. Nevertheless, because of its overall modern and sophisticated look, some may believe that the name is not a good fit. Considering that it is an understated piece with enough pizzaz to make a statement while blending into the background, the Sidekick Stool is aptly dubbed.

Designed by Timothy John, a furniture designer based in Mt. Maunganui, New Zealand, the Sidekick Stool was modeled after the silhouette of a glass science beaker. As though a 3D drawing of its form, the Sidekick Stool takes on a grid-like aesthetic that gives it a caged vibe. Coming complete with a large cork stopper, which acts the seat, the furniture piece is at once casual and stylish.

The Sidekick Stool was created for Thanks retail stores.