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Low Cane Stool

Designer Chandigarh Collective
Collection Project Chandigarh
Year/Period 1955
Dimensions ( cm / in ) H 16.6 / L 15.4 / W 12.6 H 42.0 / L 39.0 / W 32.0
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Product Description

The Low Cane Stool is a re-edition of the model made by Pierre Jeanneret and his team for residential quarters of M.L.A's (elected Members of the Legislative Assembly of Punjab state) in 1950s Chandigarh. The stool has cane lattice seating and a frame made of solid teak. The stool can be used for seating or as a footstool for a lounge chair.

Product Specification

Standard dimensions H 16.6 / L 15.4 / W 12.6 H 42.0 / L 39.0 / W 32.0
Materials Teak (Tectona grandis)
Product variants -
Other information N/A
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Wood Finish Options

We offer this product in a choice of three wood finishes: Natural Teak, Dark Stain and Z4 Walnut.

For the Natural Teak finish, the wood is sanded and finished with hard wax oil to bring out the natural, golden-brown colour of the teak.

For the Dark Stain finish, a coat of water-based, teak stain is applied to give the wood a darker teak shade, followed by a coat of sealer.

For the Z4 Walnut finish, a proprietary one, the wood is hand-stained with a water-based walnut stain and then a coat of sealer is hand-applied.

Please note that each batch of teak is unique and actual shade may vary from the reference images.

Wood Finish - Natural Teak / Dark Stain / Z4 Walnut

Colour swatch of Natural Teak
Natural Teak
Colour swatch of Dark Stain
Dark Stain
Colour swatch of Z4 Walnut
Z4 Walnut

Cane Weave Options - Diamond Weave / Cross Weave

Colour swatch of Diamond Cane Weave
Diamond Cane Weave
Colour swatch of Cross Cane Weave
Cross Cane Weave

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