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With the ‘Octaeder’, a chair has been designed for the outdoor space that is ideally suited for gravel and rocky surfaces but which can also be used on even surfaces.

From a distance, the solid timber stool resembles a large stone. With further observation, the geometric form, whose pattern is protected, becomes the defining feature. The essential form of the stool is an octahedron whose edges are contorted and rounded.

Is it wood or stone? Amorphous or geometric? This tilting between natural and artificial that gives the stool its particular charm is enhanced by the materialisation – it is carved and polished from a single trunk.

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