Pair of S31 Stools by Pierre Chapo
These stools, created in 1974, are one of the most sought after pieces of the master Pierre Chapo. They are an excellent example of the clash between technical mastery in the work of wood and structural prowess, resulting in a sculptural piece with an elegant silhouette. Their soft seats are a circular elm surface that ends in gentle angles along its perimeter. It features subtle craftwork details that are invisible to the touch. The surface rests on three straight legs of the same material, intertwined by techniques imperceptible on first impressions. As in the rest of the author's catalogue, these pieces are characterised by exhibiting a general form made up of details where Chapo displays his mastery of wood to anyone who stops to discover his work carefully. Both pieces are in perfect condition, exhibiting a beautiful patina. It is important to clarify that the pieces are sold separately and that the price is for each stool.
Dimensions : H45 x Ø33 cm
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