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If you're ordering furniture, we will contact you with a delivery slot to assemble your order at a convenient time, which you then have the option to change to whenever best suits you.
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Designed by iconic sibling design duo, Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, the Mezzadro Stool is a unique design, formed of a chrome-plated steel stem that allows for flexibility of movement, with a white ergonomic tractor seat.
With a wooden weighted base ensuring stability, the cantilever stool presents spacious leg room and a comfortable seat, all manufactured to exacting standards by Zanotta.
A true design classic, the Mezzadro Stool in white is a comfortable, timeless piece with a fun aesthetic that would lend a pop of character to any interior scheme.
- Chrome-plated steel stem with a white tractor seat
- Cantilever stool with a wooden weighted base ensuring stability
- First designed Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni in 1957