While the neutrals and neon look might be starting to wane when it comes to the fashion world, it’s still an original touch in interior design. Combine this bright and original look with a production process that reduces waste to help protect the environment and you have the Offset Stool designed by Giorgio Biscaro for Maison 203.
To make the Offset Stool, a bent sheet of Beech tree plywood is cut into strips that are then joined together with small iron bars in the place of glue. This streamlined process is designed to reduce scraps and waste. The final compact product is comfortable, reasonably priced and more eco-responsible than a traditionally manufactured stool. The white or neon paint around the edge of the stool adds a bright pop of color, while the natural top highlights the seat’s modular construction.
€ 199.00 – 239.00 | Want it? Grab it!