Montreal designer Loïc Bard has created a wooden stool to add to his collection of furniture with gaping mouths that store magazines inside the top.
A single magazine can be stored within the thin curved lip of the Andy stool seat.
His collection was influenced by his childhood memories of a trip to Japan: "I designed this [furniture] while remembering the sober atmosphere, the simplicity of the utensils and the rustic environment of the tea ceremony."
Three tapered round legs support the irregular-shaped seat, which comes in maple wood finished with natural oil or stained darker colours.
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