The Interlace Stool consists of two identical assembled pieces that interlock together to form a stool. They can interlock in two different orientations in order to create a low stool or a high stool depending on preference. The two halves interlock without the need for any latching mechanisms and transfer their load through each other to provide an incredible amount or support. By separating the two halves, they can be carried, stacked or stored away with ease.
The Interlace Stool is constructed from CNC routed marine grade White Birch Plywood and is coated in beeswax for protection from the elements and to highlight the natural beauty of the timber. The form takes cues from traditional Japanese furniture and motifs to provide a stylish yet casual appearance, but with an appropriate level of comfort.
The Interlace Stool stool was displayed at the Brilliance exhibition at the Gallery of Australian Design in Canberra from December 2011 to February 2012. It has been selected to feature in the Workshopped 2012 exhibition from October 31 to November 10, as part of Sydney Design 2012.