Living Objects stool by Vormen

Dezeen Showroom: steel in both tubular and sheet form has been used in the design and construction of this four-legged stool created by Belgian design studio Vormen.

Designed to be both elegant and practical, the Living Objects stool features a very thin sheet steel seat welded to four thicker tubular legs.

The Living Objects stool has a thin seat made from sheet steel

The effect is a striking one, particularly when the stools are stacked, creating a compact but sculptural display.

Adding further interest to the design is the slight curve to the seat, which Vormen describes as having “a sense of poetic allure” that hints at the presence of a seated person while ensuring optimal ergonomic support.

Living Objects stool by Vormen
The stool has a striking appearance, particularly when stacked

A part of the Living Objects collection, the stool is available in three colours or in a galvanised finish, where the steel is treated with a thin layer of zinc.

This process creates a patina, making every stool unique. They can be used both indoors and outdoors and a matching bench also features in the brand’s catalogue.

Product details:

Product: Living Objects stool
Brand: Vormen
Contact: [email protected]

Material: steel
Colours/finishes: Ivory, Pure White, Galvanized, Wine Red
Dimensions: 330 x 330 x 450 millimetres

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