Increasing urban congestion and associated lifestyle changes mean an increasing need for furniture that utilizes space intelligently. Space is increasingly getting scarce and making the most of what is available only makes sense. So, as an intelligent way to decorate the interior your home is to use intelligent furniture that makes optimum use of the available space. Fitting the gap is Room For Two Stool. This intelligent stool, although takes up the space of a single stool, but becomes a seat for two in a snap whenever needed.
UK based designer, Karthik Poduval, who recently graduated from Camberwell College of Art has created the Room for Two Stool as a space-saving or rather we can say a space sharing furniture unit. This sleek and modular design is made up of eight different components, while still being sturdy and thoughtfully designed.
The stool is available in two different heights where the taller one is made from solid ash and is priced £600 and the shorter one is made using oak and costs £700.
The Room For Two stool offers a smart and fun solution to lack of seating options in any of the domestic or public areas like bars and cafés.
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