More Domestic Animals
By drawing attention to the relatively unprocessed nature of roughly split and chopped firewood the intention has been to create a collection of stools with individual character. This wild aesthetic has only been somewhat tamed by the application of a flat matt milk paint.
“… a fragment of nature in a project… emits an infinite power superior to the whole geometric system of modernity, while its uniqueness makes it almost sacred.” Andrea Branzi
The colour palette is inspired by finishes applied to machinery found in workshop environments.
Creepie is a name given to a type of low fireside stool, typically for children, found in the Orkneys and Ireland.
oak dowel, oak & birch firewood, steel tube, bar tape, milk paint.