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The Flying Goose Iceland Stool is a reworking of an archive classic by Lars Kjerstadius for the Swedish label cuero.
cuero is a place where nature meets art with the philosophy that in a technical world, humans will always crave contact with nature. The Butterfly Chair was originally designed in Argentina in 1938 by the famous trio of Antonio Bonet, Juan Kurchan and Jorge Ferrari. They saw it as a fusion between craft and industry. Lars Kjerstadius has brought this 1930's classic into the 21st-century.
The Flying Goose Iceland Stool is one of the results of his dedication and is an exciting complement to the reworked Butterfly Chair. Its flowing shape is reminiscent of a butterfly's wings, while its moulded seat is invitingly comfortable to use. The seat of the stool is hand finished using lambskin the three interlocking tripod legs are made from 12mm tubes of Swedish steel. This timeless classic is not only pleasing to look at but provides the perfect occasional seating in homes and public spaces. The Flying Goose Stool is finished with floor protectors.
|Designer||Antonio Bonet , Juan Kurchan|
|Collection||cuero Mariposa Butterfly Chair|
|Colors||icelandic lambskin Wild White: white | icelandic lambskin Shorn White: white | icelandic lambskin Wild Black: black | icelandic lambskin Shorn Black: black|
|Materials||stainless steel, lambskin|
Seat Height: 47cm
white/icelandic lambskin Wild White/WxHxD 48x47x48cm/frame black
white/icelandic lambskin Shorn White/WxHxD 48x47x48cm/frame black
black/icelandic lambskin Wild Black/WxHxD 48x47x48cm/frame black
black/icelandic lambskin Shorn Black/WxHxD 48x47x48cm/frame black