Desmos stool by Creative affairs
DESMOS is a set of stackable stools made of bent stainless steel rod designed to question the idea of bonding. The manufacturing process is spot welding, which blends both parts to fuse both sections of the material. This has been crucial to define the identity and the formal language of the object, given that the whole structure strengthens through a progression of linkages. This is done to enhance that one single action is not strong enough, but when it is followed by a sequence, it is a completely different story and makes the more detailed seat surface possible.