Gravity Stool by Jolan Van Der Wiel

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Jolan Van Der Wiel merges the physics of nature with the power of magnetism in his amazing project called the “Gravity Stool.” The birth of this chair came from the positioning of magnetic fields in a machine that opposed each other to result in baroque and unique formations. The fusion of a natural phenomena and technology have worked together so wonderfully to make such incredible pieces of furniture.

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