75% Control Stools by Dafi Reis Doron
Updated: Jan 29
Designed by Dafi Reis Doron, these stools were made using a new way of creating upholstery which involves using traditional cushion material , polyurethane foam , which is usually hidden under the fabric. The foam is poured into an open mold (provisional patent pending) that allows it to freely expand within the furniture’s wooden structure. In this way, the foam locks and sticks to the structure and grows a tactile surface that has a fabric look and feel. The chemical reaction that creates the foam and its organic shape when it has been sealed out of the mold is always fascinating. This project had succeeded in inventing a new process that utilizes the material’s natural expansion into an industrial process.