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Natural Oak Tabouret Berger Stool



Designed by the first French female designer, Charlotte Perriand, this tabouret was inspired, as the name suggests, by a stool for shepherds and distinguishes itself by its elegant turned legs and attractive simplicity.

It was presented for the first time in Tokyo during the 'Proposition d'une Synthese des Arts' exhibition in 1955.

It is created entirely out of wood in three finishes - canaletto walnut, natural oak and black-stained oak.


  • Designed by Charlotte Perriand in 1953, originally for her chalet in Méribel
  • Re-issused by Cassina in 2011
  • Made from solid natural oak 


33cm (w)x 26.7cm (d)

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