Designed as part of his 1972 furniture series, ‘Easy Edges’, architect and designer Frank Gehry successfully achieved a new aesthetic dimension to everyday materials with the visually striking Wiggle Stool.
The Wiggle Stool was born after discovering that corrugated cardboard layered enough times in alternate directions builds strength. The edges of this design are made of natural look hardboard to add durability to the organic shape.
Vaguely reminiscent of traditional African stools, this statement-making design will enliven every interior scheme.
- Designed by Frank Gehry in 1972
- Statement design piece
- Expertly crafted from hardboard