- I Maestri
- 1973 / 2014
A stool with an architectural presence that reflects, to perfection, Charlotte Perriand’s love of poetic harmony. The first version of this stool was for the designer’s own dining room in her Paris apartment, and was made of tubular steel with a rattan seat. In 1929, the design was shown as part of the “Équipement intérieur d’une Habitation” exhibit at the Salon d’Automne in Paris, where it was used in the salle de bain with a terry towelling seat, as appropriate in the space where personal care reigns supreme. The current model is characterised by a trivalent-chrome plated steel frame, with a wide choice of seat materials: from towelling, through saddle leather, to the classic rattan option. The LC9 stool is sold in a functional take-away packaging.