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Item No. 100214578

523 Tabouret Méribel Stool

C$ 1,905.00
4.1 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100214578

523 Tabouret Méribel Stool

C$ 1,905.00
Black
Oak
Walnut
In Stock
  • A design classic by Charlotte Perriand.
  • Suitable for use as a stool or small side table.
  • Crafted of solid wood.
  • 15⅛" H 13" W 13" DIA
Detailed Dimensions

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2-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Designed by Charlotte Perriand for Cassina
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523 Tabouret Méribel Stool
C$ 1,905.00
Details

Details

Is it a stool or table? That’s for you to decide. Meticulously crafted in solid wood with hand-crafted angular legs, the 523 Tabouret Meribel Stool (1953) has a comfortable scooped seat and sturdy tripod base. The continuity of the wood grain from across the seat and around the edges furthers the warmth and softness of this piece. Designed by the magnificent Charlotte Perriand, the 523 Tabouret Meribel Stool was inspired by life in the mountains, and takes its name from Perriand’s favorite locality in France, where she built herself a chalet, as well as other structures in the area. Made in Italy.
  • A design classic by Charlotte Perriand.
  • Suitable for use as a stool or small side table.
  • Crafted of solid wood.
Brand
Cassina
General Dimensions
  • 15⅛" H 13" W 13" DIA
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
2-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)

523 Tabouret Méribel Stool

  • Height (in): 15⅛
  • Width (in): 13
  • Diameter (in): 13
  • Solid black-painted oak, natural oak, or natural Canaletto walnut

Charlotte Perriand

Charlotte Perriand got her start as a designer in Le Corbusier's studio, including the first tubular steel designs for systematized furnishings known as “Equipement intérieur de l’habitation.” She designed buildings, interiors, and furniture, notably a prototype kitchen for Le Corbusier’s Unité d’Habitation, the London office for Air France and conference rooms for the United Nations in Geneva.

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