Stolab Palle stool, blue green
Stolab Palle stool, blue green
Stolab Palle stool, blue green
Stolab Palle stool, blue green

Palle stool, blue green

Stolab

$215.20 $269.00

Stolab
Palle stool
$215.20 $269.00


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Description

Stolab's Palle stool exudes functional minimalism typical of the 1950s. The stool, designed by Yngve Ekström, is made of solid birch, which makes the stool a sturdy and durable assistant for many a need: Palle acts both as an additional seat and as a step stool when trying to reach high kitchen cabinets, for example. The stool is delivered flat-packed, and its legs are easy to secure in place completely without tools. The Palle stool is manufactured at Stolab's own factory in Sweden.

Colour
Blue-green
Width
45 cm
Depth
31 cm
Height
44 cm
Material
Birch

Yngve Ekström

Yngve Ekström (1913–1988) was a Swedish architect, designer and co-founder of the furniture brand Swedese. His best-known design is the Lamino chair designed for Swedese in 1956. In addition to his own company, Ekström designed furniture for Stolab and other Swedish manufacturers.

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