Spin it again
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The stool "Spin" is the result of a collaboration of designer Staffan Holm with Swedish company Swedese. The lightweight stool stacks in a spiral for as high as you dare. The laminated veneer legs are bent in two directions. Staffan Holm design studio is based in Gothenburg, Sweden. Staffan trained as a fine cabinet maker and gained his journeymans letter. He then continued to work as a carpenter for nearly four years and founded the Staffan Holm design studio 2008 after having studied at HDK in Gothenburg.
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