ENERGY STOOL  No matter what we do, we constantly move energies. Just like a battery, the human body renews it’s energy storage at rest to transform it into action during everyday life. German artist Joseph Beuys (*1921; †1986) created an eco-cycle within the law of conservation of energy which attributes an energy storing function to wax. Inspired by Joseph Beuys’ eco-cycle, we replaced modeling wax with real beeswax to increase the amount of energy within the lost wax casting process. The bronze seater of the casted stool glints in a golden honeycomb structure and pays tribute to the work of busy bees, offering users a resting place to restore their energy, giving it back to the insects.   Featured on  designboom . 
       
     
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  ENERGY STOOL  No matter what we do, we constantly move energies. Just like a battery, the human body renews it’s energy storage at rest to transform it into action during everyday life. German artist Joseph Beuys (*1921; †1986) created an eco-cycle within the law of conservation of energy which attributes an energy storing function to wax. Inspired by Joseph Beuys’ eco-cycle, we replaced modeling wax with real beeswax to increase the amount of energy within the lost wax casting process. The bronze seater of the casted stool glints in a golden honeycomb structure and pays tribute to the work of busy bees, offering users a resting place to restore their energy, giving it back to the insects.   Featured on  designboom . 
       
     

ENERGY STOOL No matter what we do, we constantly move energies. Just like a battery, the human body renews it’s energy storage at rest to transform it into action during everyday life. German artist Joseph Beuys (*1921; †1986) created an eco-cycle within the law of conservation of energy which attributes an energy storing function to wax. Inspired by Joseph Beuys’ eco-cycle, we replaced modeling wax with real beeswax to increase the amount of energy within the lost wax casting process. The bronze seater of the casted stool glints in a golden honeycomb structure and pays tribute to the work of busy bees, offering users a resting place to restore their energy, giving it back to the insects. 

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DSC3575B2015SeitenFrei.jpg
       
     
_DSC3680B.jpg
       
     
_DSC3659B.jpg
       
     
_DSC3658B.jpg
       
     
_MG_0008.neu.jpg
       
     
DSC_0022.JPG
       
     
DSC_0058.JPG
       
     
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