Wood Stools by Ishinomaki Laboratory

Inspired from the challenge of the shortage of resources after the Tohoku earthquake in 2011, Ishinomaki Laboratory is a volunteer team and flexible design practitioner which produce creativity design chiefly use 2×4-compliant red cedar.

The following is a series of wooden stool of 5 designers and architects collaboration with Ishinomaki Laboratory:

Ishinomaki Stool by Keiji Ashizawa for Ishinomaki Laboratory

Ishinomaki Stool was designed by Keiji Ashizawa collaboration with Herman Miller.

Carry Stool by Tomoko Azumi for Ishinomaki Laboratory

Carry Stool designed by Tomoko Azumi is a set of stacking stools, which can be upturned and used as a carrying container or tray.

AA High Stool by Torafu Architects for Ishinomaki Laboratory

AA Stool designed by Torafu Architects is a simple stool made of 26mmX90mm wood modules where the legs are cut at a slightly diagonal angle at both ends.

Kyanvasu stool by Tomas Alonso for Ishinomaki Laboratory 01

Kyanvasu stool designed by Tomás Alonso is a simple stool made from three planks of red cedar and a piece of locally sourced canvas.