The OO stool, by Rotterdam-based industrial designer S Mate Olah, is a flatpack, user-assembled stool made from bamboo plywood. Olah designed the cutting pattern to minimize the waste.
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…is admittedly a little deceptive, because it doesn't depict the waste from the corners of the board. And I'd say the mallet could be omitted from the design; it's essentially a single-use item, no?
In any case, the concept certainly leans in the right direction. And Olah recently posted this OO Coffee Table version:
Additionally, Olah and artist Viki Nagy run a Rotterdam-based art collective called 56 Hours, and you can see their work here.
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