“Stool” is one of the objects in the “Anti-Design” Collection that exports the relationship between people and objects when objects no longer serve their traditional functions.
I re-formed an object found in everyday life, a stool, which looks like a traditional stool but has only one leg, and its leg is linked to a spindle shape bottom so that the stool cannot stand by itself.
This stool was used for an experiment in two weeks, and the stool demanded people to pick it up when they wanted to sit down. By repeating this action many times to challenge an implicit sense that the chair will remain ready to be sat in. This experience allowed users to rethink how design objects would shape our daily living habits.