Milan-based designer James Irvine has designed an I-beam shaped stool for Italian design brand Discipline. Created using larch wood and oak, the design uses no glue or screws. Instead sections are slotted together using a system of tenons and wedges.
The “Hockerbank” meaning stool-bench designed by Johanna Dehio was inspired by makeshift seating. This series consists of several stools that are supplemented by a plank with round cut outs and round tables which can also be transformed into a long table.