S1 stool and aspect desk by Alexander Lotersztain for Derlot

Dezeen Showroom: the minimalist S1 stool created by Australian designer Alexander Lotersztain for furnishings model Derlot is designed to double as a aspect desk.

Supposed for each indoor and out of doors use, S1 has a intentionally easy kind that Lotersztain modelled on an I-beam – a structural member with an I-shaped cross-section.

Derlot has launched S1 by Alexander Lotersztain

“Strikingly minimalist, S1 captures the modesty of a stool but quietly instructions any house,” stated Australian model Derlot.

“S1 could be each a stool or a aspect desk for indoor or out of doors use – a stable reminder that simplicity equals versatility.”

I-beam-shaped stool by Derlot
The stools double as aspect tables

Lotersztain crafted S1 from the sturdy thermoplastic known as low-density polyethylene (LDPE), which implies it’s totally recyclable materials on the finish of its life, in accordance with the model.

The design is on the market in a spread of colors, together with orange and inexperienced, in addition to in three heights to maximise its versatility.

The images is by Florian Groehn.

Product: S1
Designer: Alexander Lotersztain
Model: Derlot
Contact: [email protected]

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