Having created one of Magis‘ most celebrated pieces – the angular, instantly-recognisable Chair_One in 2003, the ubiquitous German designer Konstantin Grcic continues his collaboration with the Italian manufacturer who has recently unveiled Grcic’s latest products, a pair of three-legged workshop stools. Made of solid beech, the archetypal, modest stool has been updated and reinterpreted by the Munich-based designer through the introduction of adjustable, contrastingly-coloured swivel screw made of self lubricant polypropylene.
The multipurpose stools will be available from January 2012 in four various colours: white, black, red and light blue.
More about the stools:
‘Tom & Jerry is the redesign of a classic furniture typology: the workshop stool. The three-legged stool (in two different heights) is made of solid beech wood with mechanical parts in self lubricant plastic. Due to its smooth-running mechanism it is easy to adjust and convenient to climb.
The stools make a versatile addition to working, recreational and private environments alike: an office canteen, the health food restaurant or the kitchen counter at home. It’s the working stool of an architect or a scientist, the resting place of a museum guard, telephone stool, valet in a changing room, seating for children at kindergarden.’