Stools
Stools
Luminaire's collection of stools is innovative and unexpected. Objects that range from stools that double as side tables to Konstantin Grcic's 360° Chair which pushed the archetypal boundaries of seating in general, each stool conveys a sense of the poetic harmony of design, function and form. With Grcic's radical design, a unique seat form emerges that can be used in a variety of ways and in any direction.
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/images/products/thumbs/1012.jpg Carved by hand, the 3 Leg Stool by Pol's Potten adds a rustic edge to any environment. 3 Leg Stool Pols Potten
/images/products/thumbs/1195.jpg Playing with crystalline geometry, the surface of the Angolo Pouf designed by Studio Macura resembles a triangulated grid of digitally analyzed terrain. The "facets" of the pouf are constructed of soft, resilient black polyurethane with an internal memory foam core. Angolo Pouf Marko Makura+Ingebord Van Uden
/images/products/thumbs/768.jpg A piece of wooden origami, the elegant, leaf-like shape of Shin Azumi's AP Low Stool recalls starched, golden fabric. With fluid, ergonomic design, the minimal form offers an unexpected degree of comfort. AP Low Stool Shin Azumi
/images/products/thumbs/252.jpg Considered a design classic, the Backenzahn has become an identifying icon from Philipp Mainzer. The stool gives a strong impression with its four identical legs made of solid oak. Backenzahn Stool Philipp Mainzer
/images/products/thumbs/1449.jpg Lars Zech creates sculptural objects that revive the strength, energy, and majesty of downed trees. Using a chainsaw, the artist cuts away at the raw material until he achieves the simple, geometric form of the Block Oak Stool. Block Oak Stool Lars Zech
/images/products/thumbs/732.jpg Make your own stool or side table from outdated magazines and periodicals with Arik Levy's Book Stool. Intelligent and original, a specially designed strap encompasses your pile of magazines and squeezes them together to form a useful object. Book Stool Arik Levy
/images/products/thumbs/1192.jpg The organic forms of the Cittola Freeform Stools reference water washed river stones and pebbles. Offering a unique range of seating options, the stools are extremely light as they are handmade in fiberglass. Ciottola Freeform Stools Imperfettolab
/images/products/thumbs/841.jpg A multifunctional table or storage unit that looks like a cylinder with a graduate's hood on top, Patrick Norguet's Degree Container Table is both versatile and useful. Remove the top hood and you will find an open container, great for maximizing storage in the home. Degree Container Table Patrick Norguet
/images/products/thumbs/767.jpg Carved by hand, the Devil's Eye Stool by Pol's Potten adds a rich textural element to any interior. The stool is subtle yet quirky, clearly combining the Dutch company's characteristic playful design with that of a more global trend. Devil's Eye Stool Pols Potten
/images/products/thumbs/896.jpg The soft Fanning Stool designed by Molo is a versatile and spontaneous piece that can be used as a stool or low table with a tray placed on top. Fanning Stool Molo Design
/images/products/thumbs/923.jpg The Franco Albini Ottoman is a multi-purpose piece made of ecologically sustainable rattan, the thin pliable stems of palms. An elegant and artistic piece of fine craftsmanship, the Ottoman is distinguished by its spherical shape and linear nest-like design. Franco Albini Ottoman Franco Albini
/images/products/thumbs/894.jpg Evocative of nature the Nest Stool by Dutch design company Pols Potten blends organically into your environment. Made of copper coated iron, the stool resembles criss-crossed branches in a nest. Nest Stool Design Studio PP
/images/products/thumbs/769.jpg Monolithic and full of character, Maurizio Fardo's Pepo Stool prominently features the natural characteristics of wood. The minimal form is contrasted with the organic nature of the solid olive ash wood. Pepo Stool Maurizio Fardo
/images/products/thumbs/1171.jpg The aesthetic hallmark of the Pure Stool is its Nordic simplicity and carefully crafted proportions. Designed by Thore Lassen Design, the seat is fixed to the tubular steel polished chrome base in a precise manner. Pure Stools Thore Lassen Design
/images/products/thumbs/1096.jpg Designed by Leon Ransmeier, the Revolver Counter Stool is characterized for its bearing mechanism that allows the seat and foot ring to turn 360 degrees. The stool has a slim, slightly dished seat with a curve on the edge for comfort. Revolver Counter Stool Leon Ransmeier
/images/products/thumbs/922.jpg The handmade Roger Stool by Sika-Design is a rustic and bold complement to an indoor or outdoor environment. With a circular top resting on three legs, the stool exudes a cabin-like coziness. Roger Stool Sika Design
/images/products/thumbs/1453.jpg With deep appreciation of his material, German sculptor Lars Zech uses his chainsaw to reveal sculptural forms hidden inside downed trees found in the Black Forrest. The Stone Oak Sculpture is the result of the artist's dialogue with wood sourced from giants trees that have been fallen due to disease, age, or weather damage. Stone Oak Sculpture Lars Zech
/images/products/thumbs/840.jpg Designed by Denis Santachiara, the Tato Pouf is an elliptical shaped edgy additional seat or footrest. Resembling rocks, the Pouf has a perfectly sculpted smooth surface. Made of flexible and cold-processed polyurethane, it also includes an elasticized removable cover that is available in colors such as black, grey, or cherry. Tato Pouf Denis Santachiara
/images/products/thumbs/1048.jpg The Tattoo Pouf with Carrara Marble Print is a round additional seat or footrest with a visual illusion included. Tattoo Pouf With Carrara Marble Print Maurizio Galante
/images/products/thumbs/1481.jpg A reintroduction of a classic Dutch design, Ruud Jan Kokke's TC Stool is a super-light and portable stacking stool that utilizes innovative materials and production techniques. The stool's design is a response to its original requirements of being used by visitors to the museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam to take along during guided tours. TC Stool Ruud Jan Kokke
/images/products/thumbs/1200.jpg Designed by Christien Meindertsma each Texelaar Ottoman is wound entirely from 500 continuous meters of wool. The wool comes from the sheep of the Dutch island of Texal (pronounced Tessel in Dutch), in the province of North Holland in the Netherlands. Texelaar Ottoman Christien Meindertsma