designer's own words:A stool for domestic use Peggy is a handy addition to any home, for use in the office or as the emergency chair at Christmas, a multipurpose item always able to be put to use. Designed to be easily understood, Peggy is a product which the user can relate to. To achieve this I wanted to develop a clear manufacturing process, and an end result which bared relation to this. The base formed from one flat sheet is made from flexible plywood, creating this form from a flat sheet requires the legs to be offset on either side which adds a fun twist to the design. The seat made from plastic is injection moulded to create the pebble shape, which is attached to the base using simple plywood brackets and small pegs. At the base of the stool there are four small rubber feet slightly tapered creating a secure fit when pressed into the milled hole. Using this basic method of assembly helps to keep the form as pure as possible as well as allowing the user to see how their stool is made. These small details also ensure that no glues or metal fixings are needed to assemble Peggy.