Woodini Stool by Bakery Design
by Harry / May 5, 2012
Via @homebuildlife, a stool that achieves a complex three dimensional form by cutting and assembling simple two dimensional cuts of plywood.


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"The 2 dimensional cuts create a curved square profile which enables a dimension change in the joining point. This creates a continuance form and construction while maintaining the aesthetics of the joining point."

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"The seat is made of polymer sheet which is screwed on top of the construction and bends to shape when assembled. More at Bakery Design. Photos: Shachar Fleischmann.

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