radice three-legged stool by industrial facility for mattiazzi
radice three-legged stool by sam hecht for mattiazzi
‘radice’ finds beauty in the simplicity of its structure. the three-legged wooden stool designed by sam hecht / industrial facility for mattiazzi, brings together what appears at its front half, a traditional four-legged stool, with a single back-leg that serves as the root. the small and slender backrest offers a place for hanging a coat or bag, with a generous seat pan. the construction of the seating piece is both visually and physically light, and requires no screws or metal fittings. available in stool and chair height (650mm and 450mm respectively), ‘radice’ comes in several finishes including ash, black, branca green, mustard yellow and natural oak, with the option of leather and kvadrat seat cushions.
the design is both visually and physically light
‘radice’ is available in chair and stool heights
detail of the slender backrest that is perfect for hanging a jacket or bag
‘radice’ is available in natural finishes
a look at ‘radice’
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