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TOLDO is a stool inspired by the assemblies of ephemeral architecture, which occurs in contexts such as street markets, on installations such as awnings and tents.

Formed by a solid structure made of okoume blockboard, is covered with a soft material, such as fabric, providing comfort and personality, which is secured with a colorful and contrasting lace, finishing with a nice knot; as the tianguis awnings are installed.

Okoume blockboard, fabric, and rope cord.
Manufactured by Diseno Creacion & local seamtress.
Photography by Christian Camacho

Alan Gerardo Farias
Industrial Design Intern at Whirlpool Corporation Monterrey, Mexico