- Volume m3 : 0.1357
- Designers :Arne Jacobsen
- Height :44cm
- Width :57cm
- Depth :45,5cm
- Seating height : 44 cm
- Frame :PU Foam
- Legs :Die-cast aluminum base
- Filling :PU foam
- Fabric :Semi aniline leather
- Care :Use leather care oil. Do not wash the leather or metal base with water. Do not place in direct sunlight.
- Assembly :Partly assembled. Foot pole needs to be attached to the seat. 1 person required.
- Classic design from 1958
- Special 50th anniversary edition
- Matches the?Golden Egg Chair
- Made from premium Italian leather
- 30 days free returns
Every Egg Chair needs an Egg Stool, and this golden version is very special indeed. Created to compliment Golden Egg Chair, it was specially designed to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Arne Jacobsen's masterpiece. The stool is tones of gold from top to bottom. Carefully upholstered by hand, it has a premium leather upper, soft suede underside and unique golden base. The Egg Stool brings even more comfort to the cosy Egg Chair, offering a stylish way to take the strain off your feet. It can also be used as a handy extra seat.
The story behind the Jacobsen Golden Egg Stool
The Arne Jacobsen Egg Stool was positioned alongside his Egg Chair in the lobby of the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. This exclusive hotel was designed inside and out by Jacobsen, and showcased his lighting, chairs, tables and more. Arne Jacobsen's pioneering minimalist style made him one of the most influential designers of the 20th century. The Golden Egg Chair and Stool is a perfect tribute to his contribution to furniture design and his place in the history books.
ABOUT THE DESIGNER
Arne Jacobsen was one of Denmark’s most influential modern designers and a pioneer of minimalist Danish style. Part genius, part visionary, his creations included furniture, lighting, textiles and silverware. But he is best known for his elegant yet functional chair designs, the most famous of these being The Egg Chair, The Swan Chair, The Series 7 Chair and The Ant Chair. All Arne Jacobsen products complement each other perfectly, allowing you to mix, match and create your own unique style.
“Architecture tends to consume everything else, it has become one's entire life.”