A Valencia-based design studio Nadadora have realised this minimalist, curved chestnut veneer stool for a Spanish furniture brand Sancal. Available in two heights and in wide range of shades, ‘Tab’, which can also be used as a small coffee table, was inspired by ‘trobos’: a Spanish word that describes hives made from hollow logs, very typical of the northern Iberian Peninsula.
More about the design:
‘As extras and as complements, the Nadadora studio offers us nice stools and small tables. The base is a curved chestnut sheet. Two heights for the base and two diameters for the top expand the possibilities for stools and tables.
‘The collection is available in a wide range of shades: tenuous colours for discreet environments and bright colours which contrast with the wood. Tab is reminiscent of the support given by a tree stump in the heart of a forest.’