Through a collaboration between HBF and Jonathan Yoshida Rowell, a new collection of wooden stools has been made available to style-minded consumers. The pieces are beautifully manufactured and stand out with impeccable craftsmanship. The seating capsule is said to draw inspiration from nature and its name—Jueki—is indicative of that. The wooden stools are named "for the thick sap that emerges from a tree." The pieces are made out of solid ash wood. HBF and Jonathan Yoshida Rowell focused on providing an organic effect and as a result, they created the design so that "the wood grain [would] appears to flow downward."
The wooden stools are available in three heights and given their minimalist and elegant aesthetic, they are ideal for both formal and informal settings.
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