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SCW (STOOL CRATE WOOD)

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Product Info

Product Code: 2006

Dimensions: 440W 440H 15D mm

Weight: 2 Kg

Price: $155.00

Quantity:

Total: $155.00

Product Description

Stool Crate Wood Hand made,transforms a milk crate into a piece of furniture with a simple wooden top.The piece can be used as a stool or table and stacked in a number of ways. The seat is removable allowing the crate to hold items below the seat. Perfect for cafe’s or keeping the kids room organised.

Dimenssions 435 x435x10  Crate not Included

Made from Certified European Beech Laminate

Designer Information

Born in 1977, Simon grew up in an environment that strongly encouraged creative thought processes and self-expression, greatly influencing his approach to design.
In 2000, he graduated from the University of Tasmania receiving an honours degree in Furniture Design. Working from the Designer Makers Co-op workshop in North Hobart, Simon developed a successful practice specialising in one off commissioned work and interior fit-outs.

 In 2001 Simon traveled throughout the United States, England, Norway and France. The most influential period being a 4-month stay in the centre of Paris, surrounded by breath taking architecture, art and design. On his return to Tasmania, Simon moved north to Launceston in order to study architecture and to commence teaching at UTAS in The Faculty of Education’s Design and Technology program.  

Simon Ancher's designs have been selected for various exhibitions including the Sydney based annual design event ‘Workshopped’, Design Island and Young Designer’s Month. In 2006 Simon’s ‘plied rocker’ entry in the Tasmania Wood Design Collection Biennial Exhibition won the Premier’s best in show award

In recent years a series of public art commissions have enabled a fascination with morphed bench-seating configurations to be investigated and developed. The benches constitute a significant shift in design methodology and manufacture operations in Simon’s practice. The ‘designer/maker’ type model has been developed into a more collaborative operation. The continued development of these industry-based collaborations is a key aspect of Simon’s design practice.