péclard stool 11-020

Michel Péclard, 1960

The three identical pieces of moulded plywood with face veneer on both sides create a stool with a typical look and feel, yet it is fully independent. A design that reaches into the present.

This stool is the only piece of furniture created by Swiss graphic designer and sculptor Michel Péclard, a close friend of Jean Tinguely and Niki de Saint Phalle, whose minimalist design became a legend. The three identical pieces of moulded plywood with face veneer on both sides create a stool with a typical look and feel, yet it is fully independent. A design that reaches into the present. The ultra-light péclard stool is appreciated for its relaxed comfort level thanks to a slight indentation in the seat. This easy-to-stack stool can be used in residential spaces and as commercial furniture. It is often seen in exhibitions, for example in "This is modern" by the German association of workmen for the 14th architecture biennale 2014 in Venice. Its sculpted shape also makes it a popular motif for advertisements.

Moulded plywood stool, stackable
W38, H46

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Materials
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Natural beech HG 520
White beech HG 330
Light grey beech HG 340
Grey beech HG 350
Black beech HG 203
Anthracite beech HG 200
Ebony beech HG 100
Wenge beech HG 110
Mahagony beech HG 130
Maron beech HG 120
Maron beech HG 151
Whitewashed beech HG 172
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