Christian Kim’s ‘Drilling’ is a three-legged stool composed of three identical parts.
The three parts are made of 4mm aluminium that connect alongside their respective outward facing surfaces. By doubling the material along the legs the stool gains stability and rigidity. Says Kim, “The multiple use of the same parts creates an advantage within the production process on the one hand and a formal neatness and simplicity on the other.”
The seat, which is formed where the three parts join, has a recess at its centre which can be used as a handle for carrying the stool. Photos: Annika Feuss.