Mr. T Stool By DuverellGIERTZ

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Designed as a sculptural piece that explores the purity of the form, the Mr. T stool has a striking minimalist aesthetic and a strong presence. It was created by two designers, Ola Giertz and Roger Duverelle, who collaborate under the name DuverellGIERTZ. Taking inspiration from the shape of the “T” letter, the stools feature two sections connected through a distinctive stitching detail. A swivel base allows the users to turn towards different areas of a room, while the different heights of the stools help to create a dynamic space. The vibrant colors also enhance the products’ modern look and feel, brightening interiors at the same time.

Crafted with public environments in mind, the Mr. T stool aims to bring creativity to meetings and social spaces, encouraging interaction between people. Whether arranged in a uniform row to create an ingenious sofa or installed in a set with different heights, the stools successfully blend function and style while also providing a chic and modern take on archetypal seating. Photo credits: DuverellGIERTZ.

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