The Faraday Stool was named after Michael Faraday, the English scientist who founded our current knowledge of electromagnetic physics. After researching the physics of making a transparent, light but strong chair, Dutch designers Teun Fleskens and Ingmar Cramers – from the Design Academy Eindhoven – became inspired by the Faraday Cage, an enclosure formed by conducting material, which blocks out external static electrical fields. The stool is available in coloured powdercoating, stainless steel or in a chromeplated version, optionally with a leather seat.
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Faraday Stool - TEUN FLESKENS AND INGMAR CRAMERS
Thursday, 07 February 2008 10:30
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