We could be filed this under “camper knowledge for the living room.” After all, campers sit on any tree branch and when they could find one, they consider a tree trunk as a temporary stool. We were quite like this when we first way the Bicodi stool from the Italian design agency 2CWorkshop. Their bar stool has something from the rather simple camper trick but with a more aesthetic approach.
The Bicodi concept consists of linking a base and a seating with a bar. Many variations can build from this idea. For example, the Africanus model is made of wood, while the Sapiens of glazed steel. We’ll retain the wood model as it offers a smart way to create sweet stool for your living room. Just cut several discs, glue them together to get your base and seating, and anchor a steel bar into them.
For the dimensions, 2CWorkshop even provides the dimensions of their chair if you want to replicate one of them. After that, if you change your mind and want to get in shape with the stool, put it on a ground, and use it to beef up your pectorals.