Vitra Tabouret Métallique stool, Blanc/Ecru.
The name Tabouret Métallique, stands for "metal stool" in French, the stool consists of a round seat combined with a fascinating angular base structure, which Jean Prouvé later also used in his Trapèze table. The Tabouret Métallique stool can also serve as a side table, for example next to a sofa / lounge chair, it has plastic glides on the bottom to protect your floor from scratches.
The subtle shade of the stool is part of Jean Prouvé's original 1936 color palette. The color used to be called "ecru" in Vitra furniture, but recently the name was changed to Blanc Colombe, Prouvé's original name for this shade.
Dimensions: Height 44.5 cm, Diameter 38 cm.
Seat diameter: 28.5 cm.
Material: Powder coated bent sheet steel.
Includes plastic glides.
About the designer:
Jean Prouvé (1909-1984) was a French metalworker, engineer and self-taught architect and designer, who had a major influence on European post-war design and design philosophy.