London-based design studio Joint Perspectives have sent us images of their Coniferous collection.
Description from the designers:
Shaped and inspired by conifer pine trees, the stools aim to not just mirror their models, but also reveal an array of different uses and personalities.
They come in pairs and in 3 different sizes. You can flip them, stack them, combine them or leave them alone. You can move them around and you can sit on them. Remove the cushion and reveal the metallic surface of the hidden table.
They are happy as a sculptural backdrop or as the centre of attention. They thrive on social interaction but they can also become the animate characters to the most inanimate of spaces.
The intention when designing this collection was to create pieces that would invite people to gather. They are all about interaction, both between object and user, and between the objects themselves. Even when not being in use, there is always a silent conversation in progress between the individual pieces, created by the way in which they are either arranged or stacked.
Visit the Joint Perspectives website – here.
Photography by Thorsten Robert Harms