August 18, 2010

A series of bespoke stools crafted from timber offcuts, designed by Edwards Moore.

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The Offcut stools, created by Melbourne practice Edwards Moore, are made from reclaimed timber offcuts. The stools were used in the Raising the Bar event as part of Victoria’s State of Design Festival.

The timber is bound with steel packing tie with a black paint finish, while the tops are sanded and finished with natural linseed oil putty and wax.

The stools are 720 (h) x 280(w) x 320(d) (sizes vary according to available timber)

["Edwards Moore":http://edwardsmoore.com/]

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