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Butterfly Stool

Reproduction

Was: $359.00
Now: $279.00

  • A timeless and practical stool designed by one of Japan's most prominent designers, Sori Yanagi. This graceful stool marries ancient Japanese forms with modern Western materials.The gently curving silhouette of the twin seat shells is reminiscent of a butterfly's wings - eternally poised for flight.

    Material & Feature:
    • Steam bending oak??or walnut
    • Stainless steel connector
    Dimensions:
    • Width: 16.5" x Depth: 12.2" x Height: 14"
    • Seat Height: 12.75"

    * All measurements are approximations

  • Sori Yanagi was born as a son of the Japanese Folk Crafts Museum founder, Soetsu Yanagi, in 1915. Having the background of studying both art and architecture in school, he pioneered Japanese postwar industrial design. He also designed the torch holder and the seats in the stadium for the Tokyo Olympic Games in 1964. The designer's focus was to always create long-life products that people finds timelessly useful in everyday life. His philosophy and passion towards the organic beauty in his line of work have been appreciated around the world.

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  • A timeless and practical stool designed by one of Japan's most prominent designers, Sori Yanagi. This graceful stool marries ancient Japanese forms with modern Western materials.The gently curving silhouette of the twin seat shells is reminiscent of a butterfly's wings - eternally poised for flight.

    Material & Feature:
    • Steam bending oak??or walnut
    • Stainless steel connector
    Dimensions:
    • Width: 16.5" x Depth: 12.2" x Height: 14"
    • Seat Height: 12.75"

    * All measurements are approximations

  • Sori Yanagi was born as a son of the Japanese Folk Crafts Museum founder, Soetsu Yanagi, in 1915. Having the background of studying both art and architecture in school, he pioneered Japanese postwar industrial design. He also designed the torch holder and the seats in the stadium for the Tokyo Olympic Games in 1964. The designer's focus was to always create long-life products that people finds timelessly useful in everyday life. His philosophy and passion towards the organic beauty in his line of work have been appreciated around the world.

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