Monday, April 5, 2010


I love this flat-pack stool designed by Giorgio Biscaro (via Dezeen). Called Offset, the seat is made of slices cut from one piece of bent plywood attached to three leg profiles by metal bars. Giorgio spray varnished the stool fluro yellow to "catch many eyes" during the Salone Satellite Fair in Milan. Hot.


Anonymous said...

Oh wow so do I. I'd probably put prettier thing on it that my delierre. To afraid it would revert to it's flattened form

arts college said...

They look so unique and so fantastic. :D