Thursday, June 19, 2008


Zachary Fluker is the guy that created the Hyme stool by using geometric rectangles in a very ordered and purposeful configuration. He actually built the rows from individual pieces, and then assembled the individual rows together to get the fluid shape of stalagmites he dreamed of. I can’t tell if it’s wise to take a sit or where in the living room you should place the Hyme stool, but you may want to take your chances.

1 comment:

Tuesdai Noelle said...

Zachary Fluker "Hyme Stool" is very artistic, detailed and a crisp design...the thought of him doing it piece by piece is what makes the idea so impressive. I probably wouldn't take my changes sitting on it either, I'd rather sit heavy things on it, to see which heavy item lasts...maybe like measuring it to my own weight. That way I would know :)