But you can rest easy, because the Heavy Rabbit stool from Bongo Design is actually pretty solid. The 18kg seat is made of 31 hand-bent steel pieces welded together in a way that conveniently leaves room for a little storage. A closer inspection shows its lines to look like the parts of a suspension bridge, even if at first glance it's something that even the most slight little Olympic gymnast would crush, Chris Farley-style. [Design Sponge]
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