Sustainable product: Maru stool by Daniel

Introducing the Maru stool by Yokohama-based furniture manufacturer Daniel.  Made entirely using wood from fallen trees, Maru is a stool that is made in Japan using sustainably sourced solid wood.  It is part of Daniel’s Camome collection, designed by Japanese studio Leif.designpark. The stool has a sculpted seat, sanded and finished with brass fittings and clear lacquer. Maru was developed in collaboration with the Rebirth Project, a business with a philosophy that focuses on sustainable development.

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