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Exploring the folding and unfolding of shapes as they evolve into breathtaking sculptural forms

Fabricated in blackened stainless steel bent and welded together – Estudio Persona crafts O stool, perfectly suitable for indoor as well as outdoor use.

Beautifully taking the circular shape to its limits, unfolding and folding again to skillfully create a fluid softness in steel – Los Angeles based furniture as well as lighting design studio, Estudio Persona crafts ‘O stool’.

Highlighting traditional craftsmanship – they collaborate with local manufacturers and challenge their conceptual designs by seamlessly adapting to the constraints they encounter with each and every material they work with. 

The studio’s unconventional eclectic designs follow strong lines harmoniously blended with a distinctly neutral and minimalistic approach. 

Embodying a unique and ever evolving practice that is undeniably evident in their stunning sculptural shapes – they work with natural materials in innovative contrasting ways. 

A pièce de résistance in its own right and perfectly suitable for indoor as well as outdoor use – this alluring O stool is part of their Flow collection. 

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In search of light in darkness and for softness in harsh steel and glass – Flow effortlessly evolved from the juxtaposition of how the two designers think about space and sculptural material in contrast to the lines of nature. 

“Flow is in constant movement – the folding and unfolding of shapes as they grow and evolve into enduring forms and shadows pinpointed by the absence of color” says founders Emiliana Gonzalez and Jessie Young. 

Brilliantly fabricated in blackened stainless steel bent and welded together – this one-of-a-kind object’s soothing aesthetic captures the steady movement of light and shadows pooling and curving outward as they continuously ebb and flow. 

O stool by Estudio Persona
© Estudio Persona
O stool by Estudio Persona
© Estudio Persona

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