Skills Expressed through Colourful Lines The grid lines on this stool are fine indentations, spray-painted with colorant. All surplus paint sprayed onto the seat's surface is sanded away manually hence the colorant only stays inside in the groves.
The shape of the bottom of the seat as well as the joints between the seat and the legs are made according to the highest standards of Japanese craftsmanship.
A Splendid Object in Small Spaces COLOUR STOOL is compact in size and suitable for even the smallest living spaces. Handy and lightweight, this stool can easily be moved between the entrance hall, the kitchen, the bedroom or the living room
Itaya maple (warm white + pink grid 0r blue grid)
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Stefan Scholten (1972) and Carole Baijings (1973) established Scholten & Baijings, Studio for Design, in 2000. They combine minimal forms and balanced use of colour with traditional craft techniques and industrial production in a distinctive, almost un-Dutch design style. They work for companies and institutions such as the Zuiderzee Museum, Audax Textile Museum, RoyalVKB, Established & Sons, HAY, Thomas Eyck, Pastoe, among others. Their work is published in magazines such as Wallpaper*, Frame, Elle Deco, New York Times, Vogue, Surface and in the International Design Year Book. Their work has been purchased by several museums and private collectors and is sold worldwide. They recently received their second Dutch Design Award, won a Wallpaper* Design Award and were rewarded with the ELLE Decoration International Design Award for Young Designer Talent 2011.