Stools are a great way to provide extra seating and can be easily tucked away when not needed. They can provide multiple uses apart from just being a piece of furniture. They double as ottomans and can be used as a coffee table, a centerpiece to display art books, or a stable place to keep a beverage. Pressura Stool and Table prove the same true with their simple design and layout.
Korean furniture designer Shim Seungyeon has ingeniously designed one of the most diversified forms of a basic stool. The technique used to craft Pressura is kept simple where metal is given its desired shape through material compression.
Hollow metal pipes featuring a diameter larger than the norm were also utilized to give a different version to the stool. To amplify its use and enhance the décor, the designer made sure to complement the stool with a sturdy yet delicate and fashionable table.
The table offers a glass tabletop option to augment the features of the frame by providing utility, with the potential for the development of future alternatives like wood and marble tops. Both, the stool and table share a common three-legged support structure and have a glossy appeal to them.
To assimilate the entire Pressura Stool and Table structure as one, a connection is formed by the seat plate and the upper frame of the table, which lends the object its unique characteristics. In an endeavor toward uplifting your interior decoration, the stool comes in many attractive and subtle colors: yellow, silver, red-brown, creme, navy, and pistachio priced at roughly $236 whereas the table is available in silver, cream, pistachio, and navy for about $678.
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