January 21, 2011

And now for something completely different. A wooden stool made out of a series of triangles, generated by a computer algorithm. This innovative piece, created by Riccardo Bovo, only exists in a form of a prototype. But with its enormous geek appeal, it will most likely go far. Each One Hundred Triangles stool is unique; it uses a random set of triangle pieces, that are laser-cut from wood and joined together with cable ties. The result provides for a lightweight, flexible and fun sitting.

Urban Gardens on 01/22/11

Wow, love this! I would love hom to do one out of weather resistant material so it could love outdoors. This would have been a great addition to my post about similar furniture:

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