- It's a "simple" project that might be finished in a single day.
- It doesn't need to be Smithsonian worthy since it's not for "the house"
- An opportunity to experiment with any wacky idea since I'm the customer.
- To replace that horrid thing I've made do with in my space.
- A chance to do something "together" with other woodworkers & see how others solve a similar problem.
I want to add to the buzz and design discussion by examining the variety possible with this form. Putting aside aesthetics & material choices, there are still many geometric configurations possible that will be right for some and horribly wrong for others.
Boiling down the simple stool you have 3 major variables
- The base (where & how it touches the floor)
- The supporting structure
- The seat (where & how it touches you)
Pretty straightforward... still I can't wait to dive into design options and pros & cons of those choices from a functional perspective. Hopefully this will help someone design a stool that will function exactly as they need. I'm also hopeful that I'll learn a few things in the comments, blogs and build notes from being a part of a fun shared experience.
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