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Realax stools

February 2, 2012

Created by Tim Collins of Cloud Studio, Realax adapts the organic, bone-like form of the axe handle into a beautiful and sculptural leg design.

The form of an everyday item is the inspiration for this range of elegant and organic furniture pieces. Created by industrial designer Tim Collins of Cloud Studio, Realax adapts the subtle curving form of the axe handle into a sculptural leg design – producing a beautiful series of stools, benches and side tables.

Collins is interested in using existing materials and processes to produce new forms, and Realax is testament to this: an existing manufacturing process is used to produce the legs, while the tops are crafted from stair builder’s Australian hardwood timber offcuts, including Tallow wood and Blackbutt.

Realax can be used as a stool or side table, while the collection also includes a bench and a high stool. They are available in natural, black stain or different stains on request.


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