Coniferous Collection

by Joint Perspectives
Coniferous Collection Joint Perspectives

Coniferous is a collection of stools created by London-based design studio Joint Perspectives. Shaped and inspired by conifer pine trees, the stools come in pairs and in three different sizes. The modular design allows you to "flip them, stack them, combine them or leave them alone." The stool are made of pieces of solid oak and the top and bottom of each stool has a metal powder coated surface. You can also use the stools as small tables by removing the cushions. According to the designer, "The intention when designing this collection was to create pieces that would invite people to gather."

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