Buckle down: Stool designer is sitting pretty

25 : 02 : 2013 Wood : Adaptability : The Stooler

Spain – Spanish designer Andreu Carulla has created The Stooler, which enables people to make a chair out of objects they have lying around.

The Stooler by Andreu Carulla The Stooler by Andreu Carulla
The Stooler by Andreu Carulla The Stooler by Andreu Carulla

The simple piece, consisting of four wooden legs, adjustable straps and buckles, can be adapted to fit a variety of objects, which are then secured to form a seat. Whether it is a pile of sticks, a bale of hay, a crate or an exercise ball, all can be transformed into a stool.

This is a great idea for festival-goers who could make a quick seat out of some sticks lying around. It could also come in handy on a packed commuter train.

There is a growing culture for consumers to create products themselves in the era of the DIY economy. For more, read our DIY design direction.

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