Stool Designs that perfectly balance your sitting needs

Standing desks may be the rage right now, but we do spend most of our days sitting down. Staring with their initial 3-4 legged designs, the humble stool has come a long way with the designers experimenting on them. Our curation showcases all those experiments that did well, and they are so innovative! Running out of space – we have stools that pack flat and assemble without tools. Assembling is a concern – we have stools that assemble with a latch, a single screw as well as self-balancing stools for those of us worried about our health. You name it, this collection of designs has it all to keep your work, health and home space balanced perfectly.

Covered Stool by Youngmin Kang


Ovini Stool by Weronika Żytko 

The Latch Stool by Christian Juhl 

Ching Chair No 2 by Ta-Chih Lin  & Yi-Fan Hsieh 

Frida, the flat-packing stool by Zanocchi & Starke 

The Mågen stool by Pernille Løgstrup Iversen, Rikke Palmerston & Fatima Fransson of The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen 

Maple Stool by Line Depping 

Stecki, the stool without glue, by Henning Marxen 

Muista Active Chair by Aurimas Lazinskas, Vainius Markelis, Saulius Sestavickas & Vilius Kiskis 

SNO stool by Torstein Bakke and Caleb