A seating device can be as technically complicated as a barcalounger or as simple as a circular plane with 3-4 legs. However, that doesn’t have any bearing on how aesthetic it can look. The Dong stool is literally a circular wooden plate held in place by three identical bent steel beams. The individual steel components join with each other creating a structurally strong 3-legged framework on which rests the wooden seat. Beautiful fin shaped details emerge from where the wood seat ends and the legs begin branching out. This gives the Dong Stool its unmistakable character! Polycarbonate U sections for the feet of the three legs, not only providing padding for the metal tips of the legs, but also adding a visual full-stop to this timeless, minimal design!
Designer: Manchuen Hui Design