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moss stool

Moss stool is created by using a volume of foam which is forced into a wooden frame. Thus, a traditional assembly maintains compression and form a foundation. The foam is justified as connecting element and provides recognised as seating comfort. The object can be assembled and disassembled easily without screws, and thus provides a simple storage and transport.

By Jules Levasseur.






































































































































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