Stools are highly-functional and portable objects that operate between the worlds of work and rest. Following these ideas of functionality, Tri-Stool is made from five pieces, interlocking through notches in the seat. A simple semi-circular shape meets a straight edge creating an elegant form, allowing two pieces to be placed together. This form assumes it can be used in a multitude of ways, including as a combined arrangement to create a side or coffee table.
Originally created for an exhibition design at the Royal Academy of Arts in 2020, the stool has now been reproduced for sale and is currently exhibited at London based gallery Modern Art Hire.
Photographs: Marta Fernàndez
Available at 1stDibs