After an exhausting semester, we felt like a day of conceptless pragmatism. In the space of one working day and with the help of the usual tools, we decided to convert various leftover pieces from the workshop into functional seating.
The whole enterprise resulted in an appealing quartet. The first product was a classic stool made of softwood. The second piece was a chair made of spruce slats with a backrest and a seat made of screen printing plates. The absolute discomfort forces to sit ergonomically correct! Last but not least, we made a step stool from ash wood and designed the "construction site stool", which is made of a sewage pipe and a formwork panel.
This Project was created by Max Kure and Leo Mühlfeld.