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Design by Bertjan Pot.
The Random Stool is a super-light chair made of carbon fiber. The long fibers of the Random Stool are soaked in epoxy resin and coiled over a mold by hand. Once hardened, the construction is self-supporting. Also available is the Random Chair (sold separately).
The Random Stool, a chaotic open-mesh structure, is created from hand-coiled carbon fiber stiffened by resin. Epoxy carbon fiber is coiled over a single-sided mold. Also available is the Random Chair (sold separately). A Bertjan Pot design.
Material(s): Carbon, resin
Dimensions: 15.7" L x 15.7" W x 15.7" H
Designer: Bertjan Pot
Bertjan Pot was born 1975 in Nieuwleusen, the Netherlands (a small town in the east of the country). He now lives in Rotterdam working on various projects. Sometimes he initiates a project himself because he likes it so much that he feels that it just has to be made. Sometimes he is commissioned to do a project because other people like his work. Bertjan's main fascination is material and production processes.
In design, Bertjan flirts with computer esthetics and industrial production methods, but without using a computer (at least not as a design tool) and sometimes also without the industrial production method. Almost all designs come from experiments in materials, old and new. The way a product feels is just as important as the way it looks.View other products by Bertjan Pot
Human beings' ancient custom of gift-giving inspired the founding of Goods in 1995.
Today Goods offers an established collection of home accessories and small furniture by Dutch designers, from internationally known names to young creators just starting out. Goods takes the initiative in developing new products; while other designs come from designers who approach them with an idea or a design. When an object fits into the Goods collection, they work together with its creator to get it ready for production. Goods products are part of important international museum collections, from the Museum of Modern Art in New York to the Reykjavik Art Museum in Iceland, and are sold around the world in places such as Dubai, Cyprus and Istanbul.View other products from Goods