+ Design description courtesy of SANCAL
Inspired by one of the main characters of the novel “Tokio Blues” by Haruki Murakami, the stool Midori is never temporary. It doesn’t belong anywhere. That’s why it belongs to everybody at the same time. If the songs in your ipod remind you of landscapes in which you have never been to, Midori will be a good partner for you.
Ebualà has created two new versions of this successful piece for Sancal. Apart from the chair with arms and the easy chair, capable of perfectly integrate in any space, Ebualà has designed a stool and a lighter chair without arms. The open grain of the ash gives warmness and originality to its structure, solid and sober. Stained in a wide range of colours, the final piece keeps all the freshness of the solid wood.
+ About Ebualà
Ebualà. The creative capacity of Ebualà comes from talents of Lluisa Morató, Marcos Martínez and Javier Herrero. After broad experience in product design for bathrooms, working in firms such as Bathglass or Mibaño, he starst in 2007 a nice relationship with Sancal which leads to the creation of the chairs and armchairs Midori. Two years later, after the success of both versions, Midori will expand its collection with new two actractive and versatile stools.