This standard stool design demonstrates that there is a way to design and make mass-produced pieces of furniture that can express some endearing character. Pierre Guibert's many priorities for this item were given equal weight, ensuring that the seating object would be admired in just about every way.
In terms of manufacturing, the Bracket Stool is able to be assembled anywhere in the world, provided that a few basic and commonplace materials and machines are available. With your run-of-the-mill birch plywood, ordinary woodworking tools and a CNC router, the pattern of this perch can be recreated exactly.
One might expect this notion of a standard stool to be composed of rather elementary shapes; however, you'll notice that subtle curves and textural contrast give the Bracket delicate originality that contributes to the comfort afforded as well.
Delightfully Simple Seating
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