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 -  The ash stool was designed with the intention of developing the understanding of how structure and functionality are related to the manufacturing method. The focus was  on joining methods. The legs are cut into a tenon joint, that slots into the hand-chiselled mortise in the seat. The joint is made more secure by adding a wedge to a slit in the leg-tenon.

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The ash stool was designed with the intention of developing the understanding of how structure and functionality are related to the manufacturing method. The focus was
on joining methods. The legs are cut into a tenon joint, that slots into the hand-chiselled mortise in the seat. The joint is made more secure by adding a wedge to a slit in the leg-tenon.

 -  Dimensions H: 40.2 cm W: 2.5 cm D: 4 cm Seat H: 43 cm Ø: 32.5 cm   -  Materials Solid ash and wedges of mahogany

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Dimensions
H: 40.2 cm
W: 2.5 cm
D: 4 cm
Seat
H: 43 cm
Ø: 32.5 cm

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Materials
Solid ash and wedges of mahogany

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 -  In collaboration with Cressida Bell, Matthew Robinson

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In collaboration with Cressida Bell, Matthew Robinson

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