The High Stool is a re-edition of the stool model made for university campus buildings in Chandigarh in the 1950s and 60s. The stool has cane lattice seating and frame made of solid teak. The round seat frame is made of two concentric circles with gently rounded edges. A pair of intersecting crossbars support the legs.
H 27.6 70.0 / D 18.8 47.5 / W 18.8 47.5
We offer two different finishes for this model in Natural Teak, light and dark shade. For the lighter shade, we do not stain the wood and only apply transparent wood polish and sealer to the surface after sanding. For the darker shade, we apply a coat of teak stain along with the polish. Please note, each batch of teak is unique and actual shade may vary a little from the reference image.
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