Diviso Stool by Neil Macqueen
by Yvan / November 15, 2010
From UK designer Neil Macqueen, a seat that can be extended or contracted by adjusting the layers. The shape defines what is missing and not what is on show, says the designer. The stool is lightweight but can easily support up to 120kg.


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"Creating a piece of furniture that flowed and changed with the users perspective, while also being easy and cost effective to make; was at the heart of the stool's creation. The resulting stool consists of a single profile, one shape, whose defining feature is what is missing and not what is on show."

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"The negative space created inside the Diviso stool plays with light and perspective, creating a seaming complexity through the repetition of the single simplistic profile. This principle of repetition also lends the stool to multiple forms, the Diviso stool can extend or contract in size, seating three or just the one person; depending on how many profiles are used."

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