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Designed in 1960 by iconic duo Charles and Ray Eames, the solid walnut Stool B would lend a touch of classic design to any space.
Originally designed as part of a commission from Time Inc. to adorn the interiors of the Rockefeller Centre in New York, Stool C can be used for a multitude as purposes including as a side table, stool or display shelf.
Expertly lathe-turned from solid walnut and finished with transparent lacquer, Stool B is part of a collection of three stools. Each elegant stool is differentiated by the distinctive profile of its central section.
- Expertly designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950
- Crafted to exacting standards from solid walnut by Vitra
- Originally designed for New York’s Rockefeller Centre