A Form of Flattery

The functioning form of the Stitch Stool, created by Adam Goodrum, demonstrates there's more than one way to fold a chair. The piece is a boon for spatially-challenged kitchens; when collapsed, it could tuck discreetly behind a door or into a broom closet [it's made of light-weight aluminum]. I'd venture the stool owes a small design debt to Gerrit Rietveld's Red Blue Chair, but its creative tectonics are quite completely its own. cappellini.it