The Taburetul Modular Stool Shape-shifts Into Numerous Forms
Reuse is the principle behind this shapeshifting stool composed of 88 wooden modules made from the battens of a recycled fence. The modules are connected with threaded rods, nuts, and washers, allowing the stool to flex into a variety of geometrical shapes. Use it as a simple seat for one, or as stretched out picnic pad—this versatile design is made to suit!
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