Compression Stool

In physics, compression refers to the relationship between an increase in an acting pressure and a resulting decrease in volume. Based on this definition, a design principle was developed.

An initially two-dimensional strip of spring steel sheet is brought into shape. By fixing it with strategically placed blind rivets and a central steel cable, a three-dimensional object is created. Its construction combined with the springy properties of the spring steel result in an active seating object with strong visual expressiveness. It is continuously under tension and yields pleasantly under the pressure of the person sitting on it.