Emerging British designer David Irwin has created this stackable utilitarian stool for the young
Newcastle-based manufacturer Deadgood. Aptly-named ‘Working girl’, the design was launched
earlier this week during London’s Clerkenwell Design Week and is part of a series of Deadgood’s
new collaborations with emerging designers.
Made of lacquered beech and powder coated steel, this understated piece is ‘a reinterpretation of an existing workshop stool’ while the discreet brass detailing and individual engraving give the design a smart, polished look.