OKU Stool

Borbora Adamonyte-Keidune. A combination of a solid body and soft pocket lines.

OKU can serve as a stool for an impromptu seating or as a side table. Inspired by a shape of an oak acorn OKU represents calm and monumental shapes of small pieces from nature. Ash wood covered in wood polish. Leather pocket enriched with natural wax. Dimensions of a wooden part: height – 350 mm, Ø 350 mm. Designed and made in Lithuania.

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