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Design August, 25 2009

“Shavings” Stool

Israeli designer Yoav Avinoam’s “Shavings” Stool makes economic use of of shop sawdust. Avinoam creates the stools by pressing the sawdust, resin, and the three legs into a mold. One of the nicest effects of this construction method is that the legs come through the top of the seat – like a through tenon – giving the whole a more cohesive aesthetic. (via DB).

More images of the “Shavings” Stool after the jump.

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