Ever imagined that someone would build furniture by studying the aesthetic qualities of stalagmites and stalactites, because I didn’t. Zachary Fluker is the guy that created the Hyme stool by using geometric rectangles in a very ordered and purposeful configuration. He actually built the rows from individual pieces, and then assembled the individual rows together to get the fluid shape of stalagmites he dreamed of. We can’t tell if it’s wise to take a sit or where in the living room you should place the Hyme stool, but you may want to take your chances.
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