Ribbon is an innovative approach to a traditional material- plywood, which I bend in three directions, reinventing the methods of working with it. The organic form results from the behaviour of the material- the layers of veneer follow the natural shape of the wood grain.
The object looks like it was made from a single ?ribbon? of plywood, but for the purposes
of production it was divided into pieces. The two pressed modules form one leg, and the three
identical legs make up the seat. The profiles seek to attain a convex shape, as opposed to typical plywood products made up of flat elements; this means we can use less material to obtain a similar stiffness. Ecological and economical at the same time. This lightweight, minimalistic construction gives enough support and provides comfortable seat.
I used wood from a local beech tree. The stool can be stacked.