Young Slovenian architect Luka Locicnik, designed and developed a very innovative lounge chair called LLSTOL. The design of the chair is clean, smooth and very minimalistic. It consists of two identically “L” shaped wooden elements. The LLSTOL is extremely comfortable and besides all this it has a multi-functional character.
The project started on the Kickstarter (the world’s largest founding platform for creative projects), and the response was overwhelming. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/nklansek/llstol-0
LLSTOL was developed in Ljubljana, Slovenia at the Faculty of Architecture and it is a collaboration between the author student Luka Lo?i?nik, mentor prof. mag. Tadej Glažar MA (BIA) and factory STOL & STOL.
LLSTOL is a very simple, comfortable and multi-functional lounge chair. It consists of two identically “L” shaped elements that can be easily folded and stored in a small space. Chair is transformable and can be used for various purposes. The “L” shaped element proved to be the configuration best adaptable to multiple uses. Its basic use is as a lounge chair, but it can be transformed into other furniture types very easy and without complex details or metal components. You can also assemble small table or bench and with more elements even a bookshelves or some kind of landscape. It is made from moulded beech plywood. In addition, it is possible to produce different perforations or use textile accessory “sock”. By them you can customize your chair. “Socks” were developed by known textile prof. Almira Sadar.
Beside its many domestic uses, the LLSTOL is also very suitable for public buildings e.g., coffee shops, galleries, student dormitories, hotel lobbies, libraries, kindergartens, book shops etc.
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