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Item No. 100407873
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Prouvé Tabouret Metallique

$1,135.00
3.3 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100407873
New Arrival

Prouvé Tabouret Metallique

$1,135.00

Deep Black
Japanese Red
Blanc Colombe
Bleu Marcoule
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  • Round, gently curved seat.
  • Hole in center makes it easy to pick up and move.
  • Can be used as a stool or table.
  • 17½" H 15" W 15" D
Detailed Dimensions

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Designed by Jean Prouvé for Vitra
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Prouvé Tabouret Metallique
$1,135.00
Details

Details

Tabouret Métallique, which is French for “metallic stool,” was designed in 1936 by Jean Prouvé. An example of the designer's architectural approach to furniture design, the sides are sloped for stability – creating an aesthetic that’s both rugged and sleek. Suitable for use as a seat or side table, this powder-coated steel piece is produced by Vitra, which worked closely with the Prouvé family to bring it into production in 2002.
  • Round, gently curved seat.
  • Hole in center makes it easy to pick up and move.
  • Can be used as a stool or table.
  • Durable steel construction.
Brand
Vitra
General Dimensions
  • 17½" H 15" W 15" D
Product Weight
19 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.
Item No.
100407873

Tabouret Metallique

  • Height (in): 17½
  • Width (in): 15
  • Depth (in): 15
  • Weight (lbs): 19
  • Bent sheet steel with a powder-coated finish
  • Plastic floor glides

Jean Prouvé

“Never design anything that cannot be made,” Jean Prouvé once said. His practical body of work ranged from letter openers to doorknobs, furniture to modularly constructed buildings. Prouvé always regarded himself as more of an engineer, or “constructor,” than a designer. He never designed for the sake of form alone, concentrating instead on the essence of materials, connections, and production.

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