Courtesy Stool is a concept design created to facilitate turnover rate in the public. It is a light weight furniture that generates a seat yielding system based on courtesy and peer pressure in places with limited seating or requiring high turnover rate. Each occupant is allowed to use the stool freely before the top bulb is emptied, after that, the occupant yield the seat. Knowing the availability of the seat, the following user then take over the stool, invert it and becomes the occupant within a given time.
Role: Concept / Visual design | Date: March 2010