523 TABOURET MÉRIBEL
524 TABOURET BERGER

High stool characterized by three legs “cut” finished, the stool comes in three solid wood finishes: natural oak, black-stained oak, natural American walnut. Low stool featuring three turned legs, the stool comes in three solid wood finishes: natural oak, black-stained oak, natural American walnut.

Tabouret Méribel.
Highly stylised milking stool designed by Charlotte Perriand for her mountain chalet in Méribel in France. This stool was inspired in both its use of simple materials and in its shape by the architecture of interiors typically found in the Alps.

Tabouret Berger.
Shown for the first time in Tokyo at the Synthèse des arts exhibition in 1955. The version shown here is the lowest stool, which is a stylised version
of a shepherd’s milking stool hence its name. This stool can be used alone, or combined with the higher stool, the Méribel, both can also be used as a small table.

 

Authenticity

All the models in the Cassina collection, by merit of their artistic content and particular creative character, are protected by copyright, a legal institution that is universally recognised and safeguarded; legal protection is assured for the whole life-span of the author and for 70 years after his/her death (or the death of the last surviving co-author).

Dimensions

523 Tabouret Méribel

524 Tabouret Berger

Finishes

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