The Twig stool, designed by Gilli Kuchik & Ran Amitai, is distinguished by its refined and essential cylindrical shape, composed of a few elements: a seat, a footrest, and a base, all connected by a tubular metal structure. 

The aesthetics of Twig draws inspiration from bicycle frames, with simple tubes cut at an angle and welded together. This method of assembly allowed the designers to experiment with the angle of the corners, creating a cantilevered structure that generates an interesting visual tension while maintaining its solidity. 

Available in two heights and two finishes, Twig is a stool that, when multiplied, creates a kind of forest, where each corner reveals a unique viewpoint of the object. 
Essential for conviviality, Twig has a strong and decisive identity that easily adapts to different styles and contexts, whether residential or contract.




The load-bearing structure is made of powder-coated (micro-goffered steel) in the matt painted colours white X053 and graphite grey X054.
The footrest is integrated in the structure and is completed with polypropylene strips, always in black.

The seat, available in white or black, is moulded in soft integral polyurethane called FreeForm (with a multilayer insert). FreeForm is a soft and pleasant-to-touch polyurethane with good mechanical resistance. Only monochromatic combinations available.


Available in two heights: H67 / H78 in the fixed version and H67.8 / H78.8 in the 360° swivel version.
For 360° rotation, it is necessary to purchase the swivel mechanism separately.



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