Designed by Charlotte Perriand, the Tabouret Berger Stool embodies her belief that furniture is not simply a decorative element, but a functional and technical addition essential in any home.
A smaller version of the Tabouret Méribel, this stool was presented for the first time in Tokyo during the 'Proposition d'une Synthese des Arts' exhibition in 1955. A modern take on the traditional milking stool, the design is influenced by local rustic architecture. The legs are cut with geometric angles and the stool is crafted from solid natural oak.
The minimalist aesthetic of Perriand’s designs mean that they have a timeless appeal, still as current and relevant in today's landscape as when they were first created.