STOOL-TOOL combines a chair and a table into a monolithic work place. A demand for stackability has determined its overall geometry. It can be used as solitaire but works just as well in multiplication (place a group together to make a spontaneous meeting space). The project follows a strictly pragmatic concept: achieving the largest useable surfaces for sitting/working with the smallest possible footprint. The two terraced surfaces are designed in such a way to allow not only various seat heights, but also different orientations. The console-like backrest can serve as work surface (laptop table) or perch. The polypropylene plastic (in poppy red, industrial green, light grey) guarantees an easy handling and makes STOOL-TOOL safe to be used both in- and outdoors.

Project assistant: Olivia Herms (KGID)
Producer: Vitra