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    Gravity Stool by Amserdam-based designer Jolan van der Wiel - Using a combination of gravity and magnetic fields, he’s able to sculpt these organically shaped stools that are unique and one-of-a-kind. | #Design #Stools #Furniture |

  • Josh Draper

    The ‘Gravity Stool’ by Jólan van der Wiel is in dialogue with a natural phenomenon. It obtains its unique shape by a cooperation between magnetic fields and the power of gravity. #furniture

  • Nick Foltz

    Dutch designer Jolan van der Wiel not only created these Fraggle-Rock-meets-Super-Mario-Brothers-meets-Gotham-City hybrids, he also created the simple wood-framed machine used to forge them. Summoning the forces of gravity and magnets, van der Wiel

  • dogen

    Gravity Stools Jólan Van der Wiel's Gravity Stools are made by extruding a magnetic material with an electromagnet. The creation process is documented here. The opposition of gravity and the electromagnetic force creates rugged structures reminiscent of some 3d fractals. Another beautiful example of "analog generative art".

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