- 12:33 pm - Mon, Jul 26, 2010
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Resourceful: Bar stools made by Edwards Moore from reclaimed wood offcuts.
As a contribution to this year’s State of Design Festival, Edwards Moore designed and constructed [for a popular city venue] a set of bar stools made entirely from reclaimed materials. They used discarded timber off cuts from a variety of sources to create the structure, bound together using an industrial ratchet. The top was then sanded and finished with linseed oil, putty and wax to create a smooth surface.
Via chrisrossi, spotted on contemporist
Related [wood-working humor]: A termite walks into a pub & asks, ”Where’s the bar tender?”