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.


"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."


"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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