Coffee Stirrer Stool
The Coffee Stirrer Stool has been designed to resist compression with a minimal amount of material, using a geometry identical to the molecular structure of diamond – a truss originally patented by material scientist John J. Gilman in 1981. The structural framework fills the largest volume of space with the shortest individual length of a predefined number of struts, making them inherently resistant to buckling.
These coffee stirrer sticks have been arrange to form this framework, allowing them to comfortably support the weight of the sitter. Designed by Alexander O.D. Lorimer.