Authentic Cabanon Cube Stool
Authentic Cabanon Cube Stool
Authentic Cabanon Cube Stool
Authentic Cabanon Cube Stool
Authentic Cabanon Cube Stool
Authentic Cabanon Cube Stool

Authentic Cabanon Cube Stool

Regular price
$18,483.00
Sale price
$18,483.00

Details

Authentic midcentury cube stool, Circa 1950-1959
Made in Chandigarh, India, according to Le Corbusier's design principles
Height 27cm, Width 43cm, Depth 43cm
Material: Teak wood

Description

This Le Corbusier-designed Cabanon stool, originating from the 1950s, is a quintessential piece of mid-century modern furniture. Designed originally for Le Corbusier’s holiday residence in the south of France, the box stool embodies his minimalist aesthetic and innovative approach to functionality and form.

This stool was crafted in Chandigarh, India, a city that Le Corbusier himself helped to design and develop along with his cousin Pierre Jeanneret. Chandigarh was envisioned as a symbol of modernity and progress in post-independence India, and Le Corbusier’s contributions included not only urban planning but also the creation of furniture that reflected the modernist ethos of the time.

The Cabanon stool is made from teak, a durable and richly grained wood that is well-suited to the region's climate and available resources. Despite its age and traces of use, the piece embodies the longevity and resilience of the era and has all its original parts in tact.

The Cabanon stool is lightweight and versatile, suitable for various settings, as a side table, stool or object d’art.

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