Design by Pierre Chareau for Ecart
T Stool 1927

Structure in lacquered steel, anthracite colour, curved seat in oak.

Stains available: natural, brown, wenge, black. Also available in rosewood.

End table: available with flat top.
Dimensions /
L49 X W41 X H48 CM
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Co-founder of the "Union des Artistes Modernes" in 1929, architect and furniture designer, Pierre Chareau believed in the creation of a perfect harmony between materials, light and volume. His masterful creations were described by one of his contemporaries as being a mixture of "charm and power harmony and dissonance". "La Maison de Verre", completed in 1931, is an illustration of Chareau's search for a harmonious and functional urban environment. He looked to "free man as much as possible from his slavehood to materialism and it's obsolete conventions".