Japanese designer Shin Azumi designed the Loku Stool making good use of the efficient methods of three dimensional (3D) veneer ply technology, which allows the seat to be moulded into a shape, making it both comfortable and supportive. The moulded seat and back is made from a thin plywood veneer that can be shaped when heated into tight curves to stiffen the material.
Taking it’s name from the Japanese word for the number 6, the chairs and tables make reference to its six sides and six corners.
The Loku Stool is available with a wood & metal or steel tube base, in oak or walnut plywood. The stool was designed for both commercial and residential use providing variations to accommodate the different uses.