The design team from Snapp has created a stool like no other. When you look at it from a certain angle it’s not that special. But it has a design that hides several secrets. One of them is the slim vertical compartment on the side. It’s a features designed for storing magazines or books. It’ a very nice detail, considering that many of us enjoy reading either a book or a magazine while relaxing but have a hard time finding a good place to store it when something else comes up.
But the side compartment is not the only interesting detail about this stool. The name of the stool actually gives us a hint related to the other original feature. It has something to do with the base. The Orbit stool features a slightly pointed cork base which allows it to rotate on its spinning axis and allows the user to wiggle the stool as he wants. It’s an interesting detail. It came as a response to the tic we all seem to have, that of moving back and forth or any other direction when sitting on a stool or chair.
The Orbit stool has a simple and yet very captivating design. It’s the perfect stool to satisfy our natural tendency to move and shift when sitting on a chair. It’s very beautiful how the cork base combines with the tapered cushion and how these textures interact. The Orbit stool is available in several colors, all bold and beautiful.