Accessible Objects

Pillow Stool

White Oak, Black Leather
36.8 D x 36.8 W x 45.7 H cm (14.5 x 14.5 x 18”)
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The Pillow Stool is made from two simple components; a tapering square base, and reinforced throw pillow. The stool functions best as ‘side seating’ in a living room or bedroom. Customize the materials to match your interior, cluster multiple stools together, or work it into your own seating collection. The stool can easily grow into a bench or ottoman, square or round. This Pillow Stool is just the first in a matrix of possibilities. This stool belongs in any high design interior. Though it’s made of serious materials its form and function creates a playful atmosphere and desire to sit.
created by

Bronsin Ablon

Brooklyn, NY, USA
Bronsin believes in the concept of ‘design bricolage’, where available parts, pieces, and tools come together to create something new and unexpected. Using his in depth knowledge of the furniture industry and extensive experience designing for high-end clientele the studio arrives at design solutions that are creatively simple, thoughtfully beautiful, and formally intriguing. Keeping in mind themes of contemporary minimalism and decorative eclecticism, the Studio designs for an array of contemporary interiors.
A favorite book

Paul Evans: Crossing Boundaries and Crafting Modernism. This book explores the work of Paul Evans and his workshop through the mid and later half of the 20th century. One of my favorite designers, Paul Evans worked across mediums to explore material, form, and function to push boundaries and redefine modern furniture. He works at far extremes of modern industrialism with a sterile flare, and textural sensual sculpture with a nod towards arts and craft materiality. This work has had great influence on me as I set a path forward in furniture design today.

A favorite object

Bellman Espresso Maker Steamer. The Bellman Espresso maker Steamer is one of my favorite objects during quarantine. I don’t consider it ‘designed’ but a ‘high quality utilitarian object’. A lot can be said for well-engineered, well-made objects whose form follow function but none the less feel designed. Utility becomes Design, especially those that we can use every day for an intimate experience. It’s a confusing object that looks like it belongs in a laboratory, not a kitchen. With multiple knobs, a huge pressure dials, and two spouts, the contraption is a bit complicated to use at first. But once you dial it in and figure it out a nice cup of coffee is easy to get. I don’t consider myself a huge coffee snob, but if you saw me using this obscure machine you might get the impression that I am.

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