Lightweight Rattan Stool

by Wiktoria Szawiel
Lightweight Rattan Stool Wiktoria Szawiel

Rattatan is a lightweight stool created by Polish designer Wiktoria Szawiel. The stool is made from rattan, a material commonly used for making baskets and rattan furniture. The designer has used the rattan in a totally different way to create the stool in comparison to the regular rattan weaving technique. Extremely lightweight rattan sticks are used to create the seat which weights less than 1 kg.

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