Traditionally, plastic stools are a must-have item in old Hong Kong due to its versatile function and economy of storage. However, as the new generation starts to become more conscious about design and environment, we think we could revise the stools with a material that is aesthetically more contemporary and materialistically more durable.

Making use of a whole piece of copper sheet without wastage, the piece is out of a flat-cut by simple machineries without the need of factory-level equipment. Through folding, such thin piece of metal can gain its stability with the inherent strength of the material and stands on itself, creating a simple yet sculptural form.


Design Team: Aron TSANG Wai-Chun, Wesley HO Hung-Lai
Manufacturer: Kam Hung Metal
Photographer: Jimmy HO
Status: Completed
Date: November 2019
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