For its three-part Next collection, Danish manufacturer EO tapped the minds of a number of leading designers — including Jean-Baptiste Fastrez — to develop signature products that would be distinctly contemporary yet wholly futuristic, with an eye for use by all ages. The result: FZ1 stool, the Paris creative’s latest object.
Boasting a tubular powder-coated steel frame paired with a solid ash seat in three monochromatic hues — lab green (shown), matte black and clinic white — the 69.8 centimetre-tall stool recalls the gentle curves of bentwood as seen through a retrofuturist lens. What gives the 33-centimetre-deep seat its unique edge, however, is the addition of two arms. Though a graphic formal feature, the added supports lend stability to the object, whether it’s being put to use by an elderly person or a rambunctious child. Weighing only 4.8 kilos, it’s sturdy yet mobile, and even stackable. In other words, an instant classic.
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Included among Copenhagen-based EO’s latest launch, this adaptable seat is suited for use by all ages.