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Brief Published: 8 Aug 2011

Pet Stools by Eyal Hirsh


For his final project at Shenkar College, Israel, industrial designer Eyal Hirsch created a series of stools that incorporate a plush textile cushion for users to play and interact with.

Made from oak wood, the Pet Stool features an integrated textile appendage which functions as the seat cushion and the third leg, extending downwards into an over-sized plush cushion that one can sit on or play with. An aluminum brace inside the cushion leg keeps the stool stable, allowing it to appear floating.

Eyal Hirsh