Normann Copenhagen breathes new life into the stool
It has three moulded legs and a round wooden seat. It can be used as extra seating and is easily stackable. We all know it well; the archetypal three-legged stool. Nearly everyone has had a variation of it in their home at some point in their lives but often its design is taken for granted. Precisely the rethinking of something as simple as a stool was the starting point for Normann Copenhagen’s Tap Stool.
The designer Simon Legald has taken up the challenge and breathed new life into the traditional stool with original materials and details. In doing so, he has created a practical and beautiful design in the cross field of craftsmanship and industry. Tap is an unexpected, different, yet familiar stackable stool in a class of its own.
Slightly hard foam has been used for the seat, which, like rubber, has a flexible, sealed surface. This makes Tap dirt-resistant, durable and easy to clean. The moulded seat ensures good seating comfort and provides the stool with the same welcoming warmth known from upholstered furniture. The three legs have an integrated transition to the seat. This gives Tap the appearance of a unified whole, even when seen from the side.
Use the Tap stool as an extra seat or to rest your feet on when tired.