MOKI (2011)


The stool Moki obtains its stability simply from the tension created between legs and seat. The seating surface is produced in a rotomoulding machine. The legs are made of oak wood and are connected to each other with a triangular iron thread construction in their insides. The starting point of the design process was the examination of rotational moulding and the desire to create a product for this particular manufacturing process. The seating surface is made of fibre-reinforced epoxy.