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Vintage Modernist French Wood Stool 1950s

900.00
Vintage Modernist French Wood Stool 1950s on PHILOLUX and 1stdibs
Vintage Modernist French Wood Stool 1950s on PHILOLUX and 1stdibs
Vintage Modernist French Wood Stool 1950s on PHILOLUX and 1stdibs
Vintage Modernist French Wood Stool 1950s on PHILOLUX and 1stdibs
Vintage Modernist French Wood Stool 1950s on PHILOLUX and 1stdibs
Vintage Modernist French Wood Stool 1950s on PHILOLUX and 1stdibs
Vintage Modernist French Wood Stool 1950s on PHILOLUX and 1stdibs

Vintage Modernist French Wood Stool 1950s

900.00

Walnut bentwood stool, made in France in the 1950s by Hugues Steiner for Steiner. Four elegant, outward facing legs, and a round seat. Richly colored walnut wood. Unique design that cradles weight comfortably. 

 

Dimensions

  • 16in.Hx21in.Wx21in.D
  • 41cmHx53cmWx53cmD

 

Hugues Steiner (1926-1991) took over his father's business in France and turned it into an enterprising success. He was a visionary who believed that Industrial Design must precede the trends that drive it, a philosophy that lead him to produce iconic designers such as Pierre Gauriche, L'Atelier de recherche founded by Gauriche, Motte and Mortier. Anti-conformist, he trusted designers instincts, as well as his own, allowing himself to be inspired by Scandinavian Modernism, which resulted in some of the finest designs in seating. 

 

 

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Walnut bentwood stool, made in France in the 1950s by Hugues Steiner for Steiner. Four elegant, outward facing legs, and a round seat. Richly colored walnut wood. Unique design that cradles weight comfortably. 

 

Dimensions

  • 16in.Hx21in.Wx21in.D
  • 41cmHx53cmWx53cmD

 

Hugues Steiner (1926-1991) took over his father's business in France and turned it into an enterprising success. He was a visionary who believed that Industrial Design must precede the trends that drive it, a philosophy that lead him to produce iconic designers such as Pierre Gauriche, L'Atelier de recherche founded by Gauriche, Motte and Mortier. Anti-conformist, he trusted designers instincts, as well as his own, allowing himself to be inspired by Scandinavian Modernism, which resulted in some of the finest designs in seating. 

 

 

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