Stool / 2016

Stool is a personal 2016 project built around the idea of using offcuts, otherwise used for firewood, to create a beautiful and functional piece. The stool top is made up of 8 hardwoods carefully arranged in order of colour and tone to create an aesthetically pleasing gradient and pattern. The stool legs connecting to the stool top by mortise and tenon joints, are made from Chinese Elm acquired from Architecture Building and Planning’s Japanese Garden before its demolition in 2012.


STOOL 2016
Jarrah, Tasmanian Oak, Spotted Gum, Brush Box,
European Oak, European beech, Victorian Ash,
American Maple, Chinese Elm, Danish oil finish
29 x 44.5 cms

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