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STOOL
 
STOOL saw the light in 2010, when Caroline Voet was designing the interior for the new artist loges in de Singel.
It is the smallest piece of furniture she did so far.
 
Since 2012, STOOL has a place in the DRISAG collection.
 
The archetype of the milk stool is carved into ones memory. 
The STOOL by Caroline Voet captures this basic history-soaked shape into a new constellation. The oak seating module takes over the typical two-ways directionality by extruding a slightly curved profile. This gives STOOL a pronounced and stubborn frontal character, inviting you to take your seat. From the other direction, the STOOLs can be combined seamlessly into a bench, where the curvature changes into a more continuous subtle rhythm.