523 TABOURET MÉRIBEL
524 TABOURET BERGER

The high stool (Méribel) takes its name from the Méribel chalet in France, where Charlotte Perriand had a house and where she reinterpreted the local architecture over the years. Marked by three “cut-fi nished” legs. The low version of the stool (Berger) draws inspiration from the stools used by shepherds and hence its name. Marked by three turned legs. Both versions come in solid wood with a natural oak, dyed black and natural Canaletto walnut finish. The use of solid wood conveys a pleasant sense of softness, with continuous grain between the top and the edge, and a depth of surfaces that traces infinite authentic variations on each piece.

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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