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Eco-friendly Offcut stool by Tom Dixon

Scraps of wood are turned into stools by Tom Dixon at Portobello Dock

Making use of the wany edge – the irregular outer rim found closest to the bark on a piece of sawn timber – the Offcut stool transforms offcut scraps of oak into stylish seating. The stool’s elementary form is the result of several innovations; the circular seat makes use of curved offcuts, its construction requires no additional screws or glue and the stool is flat packed for ease of delivery.

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