Tabouret Solvay Stool
A small and robust stool reflecting an architectural design approach, finished in oak or walnut and can also be used a side table.
Designed in 1941, Jean Prouvé’s Tabouret Solvay stool pointed the way for furniture of the post-war period. The mix of angular shapes, crafted hardwoods and industrial inspired fixings are true to the mid-century modernist style, creating a functional piece of furniture that can be used in numerous ways.
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|Diameter of Top||35cm|
|Diameter of Base||40cm|
Materials & Information
Oiled solid oak, core smoked oak, or American walnut