Paper-wood stool by Drill Design



Milan 09: Japanese studio Drill Design have created Paper-wood stool, which will be on show at Designersblock in Milan later this month.


The stool is made of wood-veneers laminated with alternating layers of coloured paper, resulting in a striped effect.


The layered structure consists of 40% recycled material.


Due to its knock-down construction, seat and leg components in different colourways can be interchanged.


Designersblock in Milan takes place 22-27 April.

Revel Scalo d’Isola
Via Thaon De Revel, 3
20159 Milano (Zona Isola)



Posted on Tuesday April 14th 2009 at 12:22 pm by Rachel Blunstone. Copyright policy | Comments policy

  • DN3

    Simple, beautiful, and green!!

  • Prof. Z design coach

    DN 100 % OK… and i can put my false eco-designer detector on the hole…
    thanks Drill design

  • Jeremiah

    I have a ‘thing’ for the layered edges of plywood. I like this project simply because of that.

  • Cindy

    looks like cookie’s section.

  • Prof. Z consulting, design coaching

    Following Cindy, DN 3 and Jermiah ‘s comments , i can say it’s may be a new trend green multi colored minimalism or delicious minimalism . Are my vocabulary and thinking correct?

  • AMillionBucks

    This may be antithetical to the idea, but colors of wood would be nice too. :)

  • R.Trelles

    Gorgeous!!!! I want one!

  • Prof. Z consulting, design coaching

    antithetical to the idea?