Mochi Stools upholstered wooden stools
Industrial Design and Crafts. Matter and technology merge into organic lines

Evan Fay combines his competente as Industrial Designer with his passion for craft and materials. In this way, he brings the rotational printing techniques towards a spontaneous handmade approach

The Mochi Stools development was through experimenting with unconventional padding and upholstery techniques, resulting in a simple design that highlights an obvious construction upholstery detail. These stools invite play and offer and unexpected touch to the user while contributing a new presence to the interior

Mochi Stools upholstered wooden stools

Aiming to translate rotational molding techniques used in industrial manufacturing into a spontaneous hand crafted approach. The result was organic with seamless transitions between natural and synthetic materials. Temporary/flexible molds allow for forms to solidify in minimal wood frames. The plastic takes on fluid shapes while the wood frames serve as rational constricting structures

Mochi Stools upholstered wooden stools

Rubber Wire Series is free form three-dimensional lines create geometric space as ambiguous shapes afford open interpretations of use

Mochi Stools upholstered wooden stools

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