The Keil stool is built on a cubic frame of wood (with short legs at one end) that is then wrapped in textile to form the seat. Given the nature of both shape and wrapping, the stool is designed for fluid use regardless of how it is orientated. Designer Daniel Heer comes from a family with long handcraft tradition, a history that comes to bear in the nature of the Keil construction. As with many contemporary designers, there is an emphasis on minimal environmental impact as well. (via Yatzer).
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