Deceptively Simple

The unique construction of the Ane stool gives the illusion of intricate complexity, but don’t be fooled… the multiple solid timber pieces are actually all of one shape positioned and cut in a dynamic way that makes them look significantly different. Individual pieces appear to float on its powder coated black or white steel frame, enhancing its striking aesthetic as well as its structural integrity.

Designer: Troy Backhouse

8 Comments

  • KMP says:

    I love this stool!!!…Extremly well thought ,love the midcentury modern feel to it and its sculptural design!…..very dynamic!…great job!

  • KMP says:

    I love this stool!!!Extremly well thought ,love the midcentury modern feel to it and its sculptural design!very dynamic!great job!

  • Matthew says:

    Great idea, and well executed. A high backed chair version of this would be incredible!

  • patrick says:

    Nice to see something here thats not digital.

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