Very Good Stool - Galvanized Metal

by Förstberg Ling Sweden

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Dimension LxWxH (cm): 36x30x36
Open Editions Material : Galvanised steel
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With the first version of their “Very Good Stool” (stone, 2018), Förstberg Ling explored the relationship in-between the carried and the carrying. The stacking and slotting of the different elements of the stool makes for a certain structural clarity. Each part performing its tectonic function in relationship to the next.

The galvanised version adds another layer of structure and texture. Slightly more complex. Very rugged. Very hardcore.

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Weight 11 kg
Dimensions 40 × 40 × 40 cm
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Förstberg Ling is an office for architecture and design established by Björn Förstberg and Mikael Ling in 2015. The projects, from buildings and interiors to furniture and objects, are designed with a technical as much as an aesthetic approach. The resulting work often falls into the realm between the obvious and the surprising. Förstberg Ling design for longevity and with integrity, ensuring concepts and materials are deeply considered and consciously chosen. The studio draws inspiration from collective experiences, good and bad. The memorable ones are often the extremes. Their design process nurtures the good, alters the bad, and strives for better.

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