Rook stool by Ross Gardam

Dezeen Showroom: Australian designer Ross Gardam appeared to chess items for the design of the Rook stool, which is on the market in three sorts of stable wooden.

Gardam aimed to reference the shapes of ornamental wood chess items with the Rook stool, which makes use of easy parts positioned at uncommon angles and intersections to create a sculptural impact.

The Rook stool references the shapes of chess items

Two fastidiously formed planks of wooden kind the central submit of the chair, practically relating one aspect and diverging on the opposite. Between them, a tubular black steel footrest is wedged, creating an interaction of types.

The Rook stool is on the market in both stable walnut, white oak or blackened oak, and with the steel footrest and base plate powder coated in a textured black.

Rook stool by Ross Gardam
The footrest is wedged between diverging wood parts

There’s a alternative of three totally different heights to swimsuit totally different makes use of and the seat may include non-compulsory upholstery.

The Rook stool is produced by Gardam’s studio and is made and assembled in Australia.

Product: Rook
Designer: Ross Gardam
Model: Ross Gardam
Contact: [email protected]

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