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Supplied with the stool/side table, an ergonomic driver with a rubber-coated tip easily tightens or loosens the felt clamping hardware, so that clients can reorder the layers if they so desire.
Created through a collaboration with Jeff Goodman Studio, the limited-edition Mura Low Table pairs STACKLAB’s signature, solid-bronze leg castings with a kiln-fused glass top. Fabricators at Jeff Goodman Studio first broke tubes of glass and arranged them in the kiln bed, baked the glass and then allowed it to cool for a week, leaving the glass with a mix of milky and transparent fragments and a geometric-patterned appearance; accordingly, “Mura” refers to the Japanese word for “unevenness, irregularity and inequality.” Because the glass is handmade, it requires a full week to polish and cut to size with a water jet, and three weeks total to make each unique tabletop.
Each “Jupiter” leg of the table is assymetrical and unique, and the sand-casting process by which each leg is made creates irregularities. Like the table it supports, the base appears different from every angle.
Named for the woodcarver in The Adventures of Pinocchio, the Geppetto stool or side table is a single sculptural casting of solid red bronze with a top opening that allows for easy handling. It’s crafted from a custom alloy based on phosphor bronze with a lot of copper that resists corrosion. Suitable for indoors and out, the stool will develop a subtle patina that enhances its coloring.
The Geppetto contemporizes and optimizes the traditional stool through its optimal proportions and light weight.
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