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Rotational Stools

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Rotational Stools

The Rotational Stools are a complementary pair that share common proportions (15” tall x 9.5” square) and variations on a rotational structure. They function equally well as low stools or as side tables - individually, in pairs, or in aggregate.

A pair of Rotational Stools requires one fourth of a 4’x8’ sheet of plywood. You can make 8 stools from a single sheet of plywood, or nest parts into unused areas of plywood, as you’re cutting other projects.

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  • Height: 381mm
  • Length: 241mm
  • Width: 241mm
  • Seats: 1 person

Quality materials and neat features

All Opendesks are made from quality, FSC-certified baltic plywood. Coming from managed forestry, it’s good to know your desk was sustainably grown.

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Opendesk offers a dedicated design service and can help deliver your project

What makes the Rotational Stools different?

The Rotational Stools are designed to be manufactured by a network of independent makers all around the world. This is possible thanks to Opendesk’s alternative supply chain - designers share designs for products that can be downloaded and made locally using the latest digital tools.

We call this model ‘Open Making’.

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Locally made near you

Opendesk’s global community of makers is 200+ strong and growing daily. We’ll always try and find a maker as close to you as possible - so that your furniture is made on demand and only transported that ‘final mile’ from workshop to your workspace.