AZE design - One-leg stool
This kind of stool was inspired by popular rural three-legs zydels, whose economical form can be a model example of rural folk minimalism.
After removing two legs, the stool becomes foldable, lightweight and handy seat, which is useful in a park or on a picnic. A rope threaded through the holes in the seat enables an easy fastening and portability.
User can change the type of wood, profile of the leg and the seat, adjust the height of the leg, influencing on the target seat height. For determined individuals the stool can be easily transformed into an open-air swing.
Stool – the collection of PME, the Basic Economy and Craft Storehouse.
In Slavic countries, stumps and self-produced zydels were used as simpler forms, commonly used to sit on. Such seats have closer or further analogies in outside Slavic countries in Europe, as well as in Asia, Africa and America.
The stools were used to perform self-produced, branched carp wood to give various forms of the seat (circular, semi-circular, rectangular, arched) and legs (three-legged, four-legged) – it is a self-produced, output form which dictated the shape of this equipment. Some stumps had fixed ropes for easy moving. This kind of stools, necessary and available on each farm, were used in house for food consumption (at low benches, and not table), in barn or in meadow for milking cows, in shelter for sitting and making various tasks or outside for milking sheep. The stools` exeptional feature was the simplicity and ease of carrying, depending on person`s needs.