I am a Sansa Stool. Trio, triad, triplicate... However you want to call it, we stand as three, strong and united.
The true genius of the Sansa stool is in the joinery. The three components unite at the center of the chair generating a dip that’s comfortable to sit on. It sounds simple but the wood joinery is carefully constructed without right angles in order for the intersection to occur in such a seamless manner. BTW, "San" in Japanese means "Three".
Sansa Stool was curated by Stevenson Aung
Maker: Miyazaki Chair Factory
Designer: Makoto Koizumi
16.1” (w) x 16.3” (l) x 16.3" (h) or 41cm (w) x 41.5cm (l) x41.5cm (h)
7.0 lb or 3.2 kg
Oak wood (also available in Walnut, Cherry and Maple wood).
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