The “Mich” stool is a flat pack piece of furniture. Its form is based on a traditional milking stool.
This stool consists of 4 separate parts, which are laser cut out of birch plywood. One plate (122 by 244 cm) is formed into 12 stools. Each part is treated with colourless oil, which fixates the burned residue on the side of each part. Legs, seat and a finishing felt sheet are “sewn” together
At the base the legs are slightly spread to create a more elegant form and to give a stable sitting experience.
Mich is more than a single sitting object but can also be used, for example, around the dinner table.
This creation is the result of a collaboration between four young furniture designers who studied in Mechelen (Belgium): Len de Paepe, Bob Segers, Tim Vranken and Jonas Blondeel.