Span Rocking Stool by Jeffrey Koffman

Span Rocking Stool is a unique seating concept that blends the principle of a rocking horse and the simplicity of a stool. It’s a fun stool to sit on, light weight and compact. It’s been designed to be used in a modern working environment to create more collaborative teaming environment, but as the design evolves, it can be applied in schools, hotels, or waiting room. You can sit on it just like traditional rocking horse or in a position that allows you to enjoy side to side movements.

Designer : Jeffrey Koffman

Span Rocking Stool by Jeffrey Koffman

Span Rocking Stool by Jeffrey Koffman

Span Rocking Stool by Jeffrey Koffman

Span Rocking Stool by Jeffrey Koffman

Span Rocking Stool by Jeffrey Koffman

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Evy says: May 14, 2014

Very impressive design of the stool and It’s been designed to be used in a modern working environment.







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