Really Rococo II Stool

by Ebba Lindgren Sweden

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Really Rococo II Stool by Ebba Lindgren is loosely inspired by asymmetric rococo curves — historically incorrect, but just as decadent. With expressive shapes to lure the self-proclaimed royals, and upcycled materials to soothe consumers in crisis. It’s Versailles all over!

Material: ”Really Board”.
Pink textile fibre board from Kvadrat and Malmö Upcycling Service. Sourced from textile industry off cuts, and industrial laundry.
Milled and pressed with a textile binder. Old worn out bed linen from hotels makes up the white core.

The texture, shade, and curves of each piece vary.

The surface is untreated. Ok to wipe with a damp cloth, but it shouldn’t get soaked.

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(b.1993) Ebba Lindgren's design practice is artistic and concept-driven. By letting big ideas take up space even in the smallest contexts, Lindgren has created an approach to design that is smart, desire-driven and unconventional. Lindgren has an MFA in industrial design from Lund University and has studied at Emily Carr School of Art in Vancouver. [email protected] +46709430747 @ebbalindgren_
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