Attempting to make a skateboard as a child, Norwegian Hallgeir Homstvedt bent and shaped a piece of plywood—and an obsession was born. His Pal stool draws on that childhood epiphany. Its thin, curved wooden legs screw into the outside of the round seat through an X-shaped joint, making for strength and meaning assembly is child’s play (no tools are required). Its lightweight frame makes this thoroughly satisfying piece easily transportable from room to room.
Designed by Hallgeir Homstvedt
After completing a BA in industrial design at Australia’s Newcastle University in 2006, Norwegian Hallgeir Homstvedt returned home to join the acclaimed design studio Norway Says. Since 2009, he’s run his own studio, exhibiting in London, Tokyo, Milan and New York. Homstvedt counts design luminaries such as Lexon, Muuto and L.K. Hjelle amongst his clients.