Luis Gimeno, a product designer from Barcelona, Spain has designed Walle stool which blends the design of a stool with a bookshelf. It can be assembled using 4 pieces and only 4 screws. The bottom shelf does not require screwing but you can simply place it in the slots given in the lower part of the stool. The concept looks interesting and it can be a great addition for use at home, office and libraries.
This innovative stool not only serves as a comfortable seating option but also doubles as a stylish bookholder, catering to those who appreciate both form and function. Crafted with a sturdy and aesthetically pleasing design, this dual-purpose stool features a built-in compartment beneath the seat, providing a convenient storage space for your favorite books.
If you are an artist, especially a painter then the Walle stool will appeal to you because you can keep your belongings under the seat. The design looks promising for libraries where one needs time to choose books to read. One can even put gadgets like smartphones and laptops in the space available below the seating. There are endless possibilities of use.
The product designer has displayed this concept on Behance and he has some other interesting designs of stools to his credit. He even has a design of a small chair which is identical to Walle stool. Coming back to the Walle stool, the design shared by the creator is conceptualized in two colors which are yellow and black.
The outer structure is probably conceived using some tough and durable material which gives a slim look to Walle stool. It looks like a promising design and we expect it to get to the product stage soon. The good part is that you can assemble and disassemble it easily. The two-tiered design gives you stability once installed. Walle stool gives space utility and is a very practical design for home and office spaces.
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