Image  |   Bradley Fraser
Halo is a small stool manufactured from a single piece of flat plywood using a programmable router by Australian designer Bradley Fraser who has previously worked for Japanese architectural firm SANAA, Sejima and Nishizawa And Associates.

The objective of this design was to make an inexpensive durable stool that could be produced locally. As the top of the seat is derived from the middle of the  support, the Halo stool minimises waste and optimises the use of material.  The stool is easy to assemble with a standard screw which facilitates its easy transportation and storage.

Images  |   Bradley Fraser