FDB Møbler’s J83 stool is an attractive wooden piece designed by Jørgen Bækmark in the 1950s. Featuring an angular oak frame with a paper yarn seat, the organic look of the J83 stool serves many different styles and spaces. The stool can be used as an extra seat by a dining table or as a footstool with the J82 armchair.
J83 stool, oak
Product details (7)
- 52 cm
- 40 cm
- 41 cm
- Seat height
- 38 cm
- Natural lacquered oak, paper twine
- 5 years
Jørgen Bækmark is a Danish cabinetmaker and designer who worked as head of the FDB design studio between 1958–1967. Born 1929, Bækmark first studied to become a cabinetmaker, after which he studied at Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts to become a furniture designer. According to his design philosophy, furniture must fit people, not vice versa.View all products
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