Designed at Mater design studio, Earth Studio, by architect and designer Eva Harlou, Earth Stool is a reinvention of the classic bar stool. The Earth Stool is created in two versions with seats made from either recycled plastic packaging waste or FSC certified oak tree designed to support the sustainable choice whether you choose the organic or the industrial look. The steel pipe frame is reusable, and the light yet solid stool represents timeless classic Scandinavian design created in an elegant composition that matches every indoor interior. The stool is light, easy to carry and move around when you need to make room for more special guests.
The Earth Stool supports the UN Sustainable Development Goals: 'Life on Land' (SDG 15), 'Responsible consumption and production' (SDG 12) and 'Partnerships for the goals' (SDG 17).
Product made from sustainably sourced materials with a lower environmental impact than conventional alternatives.
Product made using a process or in a location that is associated with a lower environmental impact, or with a supply chain that has a lower environmental footprint.
Eva Harlou is a Danish architect and designer who has also worked as a presenter on Danish TV shows focusing on architecture. After graduating from the Aarhus School of Architecture in 2003, Harlou started her successful career at the Copenhagen-based 3XN Architects, and in 2006 she opened her own studio. Harlou sees architecture and design as both handcraft and art, which gives an organic and imaginative undertone for her work. Still, her designs often settle in clear and functional forms. Thanks to their recognizable style, Harlou’s architectural projects have drawn a lot of attention, and since 2014 she has also contributed to the Scandinavian design world with her furniture and product designs.