The Stooler by Andreu Carulla for utoopic

Category: Design Published on 25 Feb, 2013 Tags: , ,
The Stooler by Andreu Carulla for utoopic

The Stooler – a project by spanish designer Andreu Carulla for utoopic – allows you to reuse and recycle almost any object and turn it into a comfy stool. It consists of four wooden legs with some ratchet buckles that are adjustable to any object or shape. This way we can have a stool made of old newspapers, clothes, stuffed animals… let your imagination do the trick!

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images courtesy of Andreu Carulla

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