Shapely Stool

Shapely Stool

by Objects of Common Interest
$395
Shapely Stool Clement Red

Upholstery

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Shapely Stool

by Objects of Common Interest
$395

Ships in 8-9 weeks.

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You have 30 days to return a product. Original packaging is required, and all returns and cancellations will incur a 10% restock fee as each item is made to order. See our Returns page for more information.

— Simply stackable

Shaped like a crescent moon, but colored like candy art, Shapely Stool adds punch to your space without permanent clutter. Curves on curves result in a stacking stool with unconventional substance.

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Crescent-shaped form allows for seamless stacking with other Shapely Stools.

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Smartly tailored in Greenguard Gold-certified Kvadrat textiles, woven in the world’s finest mills.

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Extremely simple, yet warm and playful in nature.

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Crescent-shaped form allows for seamless stacking with other Shapely Stools.

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Smartly tailored in Greenguard Gold-certified Kvadrat textiles, woven in the world’s finest mills.

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Extremely simple, yet warm and playful in nature.

Objects of Common Interest is a research and design studio based in New York and Athens led by Eleni Petaloti and Leonidas Trampoukis. OoCI is frequently commissioned to develop objects, installations and spaces expressing the studio’s signature mélange of simplicity, illusion and momentary beauty. Clients include design brands such as Matter Made and Kvadrat.

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14” L × 14” W × 16” H

— In Situ

— Objects of Common Interest, an excerpt from their interview on The Study

“The stool is a combination of curves using the idea of stacking. The curve comes in the both the upper and lower parts of the stool, which gives you the option to stack.”

The Study: Objects of Common Interest

Before OoCI authored the Shapely collection, they'd already accrued a reputation for producing only hits, no misses. Free-spoken, heady and confident, Eleni Petaloti and Leonidas Trampoukis buzz with energy in the eighteenth issue of The Study.

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