The Naoshima stool collection designed by Emiliana Design Studio plays with the expressive and structural potential of curved wood.
The virtuously assembled meandering silhouette of the seat suggests visual play between matter and nothingness. Available in three different heights, the stool joins four identical pieces to create the seat, the extension of which connects to solid wood legs, creating a strong and stable result.
Ana Mir and Emili Padrós, designers of the Naoshima stool, founded the Emiliana Design Studio in the late 90’s, just after graduating from Central Saint Martins in London. The studio is characterized by a multidisciplinary approach and a bold, curious attitude that allows them to effortlessly alternate between product and furniture design, space and exhibition design, and the production of unique pieces.
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