Gaudi stool by Bram Geenen
Sun, Flamenco, Tortilla, Sangria and Gaudi…stool. This is going to be the winning Spanish combination after taking a look at one of the most amazing furniture we have seen lately. We already knew that “Spain is different” and we are more than happy to see that one of its famous icons, celebrated architect and designer Antoní Gaudi, is still an important source of inspiration for new European designers. The shape of the Gaudi Stool, designed by Dutch designer Bram Geenen, was created in the same way that Antoní Gaudi designed the structure of his churches, by making a model of hanging chains, so letting gravity determine the strongest and most logical shape for withstanding forces.
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