Introducing the Piton Adjustable Height Stool, a pragmatic melding of history and modernity. Designed by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby for KnollStudio, these height-adjustable stools works equally as well in a domestic or industrial setting. Inspired by a tripod, this stool is die-cast for durability and features a cast-aluminum base. I typically like to sit in a traditional office chair for computer work, but when I’m sketching, I prefer a stool that keeps me alert and focused on the task at hand. Available in a number of color configurations (including the option of a teak or ebonized-ash seat), you’ll be sure to find a combo that works. Don’t settle for boring, invite great design and quality construction into your home or office and give your kids something to fight about in your will.