Designer Tim Wigmore
Much of the detritus of modern society has a beauty and history that has value beyond the material. The Salvage stool explores some of these discarded materials and industrial off-cuts in combination with highly crafted and finished 100% recycled aluminium. By highlighting and contrasting these castoffs and off-cuts, the Salvage stool attempts to bring a new appreciation and value to the old, the worn and the discarded.
The Salvage stool explores the point of contact between a refined industrial aesthetic and a mixture of mellow timber dowel and woodshop/junkshop outcasts. The stool top is composed of open aluminum grills tightly clamping turned timber legs. Fixed together with three bolts, the stool is an exercise in lightweight knockdown design. The design allows for a multitude of leg options and height variations to suit your style.
330mmD x 330mmW x 65mmH (top only)
330mmD x 330mmW x 420mmH (including legs)
100% recycled aluminium (shot blasted)
recycled wooden legs
balustrades or wooden dowel
stainless steel bolts
Natural aluminium base
Leg colours variable
- The stool top is made from 100% recycled aluminium sand cast here in Wellington.
- The legs are sourced locally from building recyclers, wood turners and junk shops – hand cut to size and drilled.
- It comes flat packed to minimise packaging materials and is easy to transport.
- The stool can be assembled in around 5 minutes using the allen-key provided.
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