Inspired by nature and by the environment of China, I create this bar stool. The Branche stool was specially designed for a contemporary Chinese "street food" restaurant called Baoism in the middle of a luxury mall of Shanghai city.
Based on the classic shape of a bar stool, I play around a leg to create an anomaly who can intrigue people and serve them. Like in the park of Shanghai, full of plants and animation, trees are used to hang clothes and bird cages.

This extension of the legs especially, designed to be used as a handle and a hook to attach bags and umbrella, because of a space issue. Collaboration with Line-house design Shanghai.

Materials: white oak and metal
Dimensions: 800mm x 350mm

Photo credits: JPBDesign Studio and Olivier Hero Dressen