The Taburet M Stacking Stool (2000) is almost pure abstraction, making
minimum impact on space and redefining "seat" in the simplest sense. Yet,
the stool is quite substantial, offering a low, comfortable seat suited to a retail setting, showroom, gallery or reception area. The Taburet M Stacking
Stool was designed by Danish craftsman/designer Jørgen Møller, who, along
with Bruno Mathsson, became one of the early leading exponents of modern
Danish design. Like Mathsson, Møller sought new solutions rather than
drawing from tradition, and created light, minimal structures. Made in Denmark.
Stacks three high.
Great for gallery use.
Lightweight yet sturdy.
Classic Danish design by Jørgen Møller.
Molded beech or cherry wood with lacquered finish, or beech plywood with ebonized black finish.
Like Hans Wegner, Peter Karpf, and Jørgen Gammelgaard, Jørgen Møller is another talented artist who worked for Arne Jacobsen early in his career. And like many of his fellow Danish designers, Møller is an architect. He opened his own office in 1967 and has had work published in Living Architecture, Arkitectur Denmark, Graphis, and Mobilia.
Americans are most familiar with Møller's designs for Georg Jensen Silversmiths. He has created watches, utensils, and thermometers in stainless steel, anodized aluminum and other metals and synthetic materials for the company that originally manufactured silver products only. Georg Jensen currently carries Møller's Complet a kitchen set including salad bowl, creamer, sugar bowl, salt and pepper mill and his 345 Watch. He also designed an oil lamp for the Israel Museum and the molded wood Taburet M Stacking Stool. His work in is included in the collection of New York's Museum of Modern Art. Read more >