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An extraordinary object that paves the way for a smarter, greener future

The first ergonomic stool fabricated from sustainable materials for the future needs of a flexible office environment – Florian Blamberger and Alexander Knorr craft Axis.

With a focus on functionality, reasonability as well as urbanity, Austria-based Florian Blamberger and Alexander Knorr together craft ‘Axis’ – the first ergonomic stool fabricated from sustainable materials for the future needs of a flexible office environment.

“Over the years our definition of work space has changed – pre digital generations are adapting to a future that is dynamic, versatile as well as focused on efficiency whilst the post digital generations are demanding it” says Blamberger and Knorr. 

Innovatively catering to needs – Axis is a stackable, lightweight and ergonomically advanced office stool perfectly ideal for endless scenarios in a mélange of eye-catching hues. 

Creating the most compact and minimalistic design aesthetic, they implemented a well-known as well as proven mechanism utilized in skateboard trucks where – one single screw holds all the sections together and is used to adjust the freedom of movement. 

Axis by Florian Blamberger
© Florian Blamberger

This  eclectic one-of-a-kind piece of furniture’s top part is seamlessly embedded into a silicone damper to avoid any friction between the components.

“The human body was not made for sitting in a fixed position for long periods of time, this leads to a lack in concentration and physical pain” the duo adds. 

Hence enhancing one’s blood flow as well as work efficiency, its seating area brilliantly adapts to natural movement with its unique 360° tilting system.

Additionally leading the way into a greener future – this extraordinary object skillfully comprises a biodegradable and recyclable bio thermo-polymer as its main material.

Using injection molding as the manufacturing method effortlessly allows for low production costs as well as the sheer ability to achieve high production numbers.

Axis by Florian Blamberger
© Florian Blamberger
Axis by Florian Blamberger
© Florian Blamberger

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