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Korban/Flaubert ‘Tuff’ Stool

November 4, 2013

Designed and made in Sydney, the Tuff Stool was conceived as a graphic representation of elements of the human body.

Looking for playful, casual seating to introduce a vibrant accent colour? Look no further than Korban/Flaubert’s new Tuff Stool.

Designed and made in Sydney, the stools were conceived as a graphic representation of elements of the human body. The dynamic form is reminiscent of knuckles and joints, while the colour palette references vivid pop art and cartoon imagery.

Korban/Flaubert operates with a sustainable focus, meaning that each stool can be ground back into its base polyethylene material, and remoulded into new stools.

The Tuff Stool is vibrant and practical, a great environment-conscious seating solution for any setting.

www.korbanflaubert.com.au 

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