T-StoolIssue: XIX.1 January + February 2012
Rhett Russo, Katrin Mueller-Russo
Our interest in the traditional Chinese ceramic tea stool influenced the design of the T-Stool. The design is based upon the cylindrical form of a hollow vessel, which is strong in compression. Textile played an important role during the fabrication process. The form is generated through the manual folding of a flat textile into a hollow three-dimensional volume. This transformation has been complemented by the use of digital tools, and our implementation of the textile as a device to produce a singular structural shell in ceramic.
Photo by Rhett Russo (© Specific Objects)
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