Stools are often considered one of the simpler pieces of furniture out there, but the U Stool proves that more can be done when it comes to its design. Instead of a static seat, the U Stool literally takes on the shape of a 'U' in order to provide some dynamic movement. This not only promotes a more active core, it also adds a bit of fun. Secondly, the design of the U Stool's base allows it to act as storage for any odd number of items including books.
Designed by Richard Clarkson, Zena Verda Pesta and Clay Kippen, the U Stool is made out of light plywood and bright rope. Minimalist and modern, it would be a great addition for just about any home.
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