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Fritz Hansen’s Dot stool is a Danish design classic created by Arne Jacobsen in 1954, as he was in the process of designing the now legendary Ant chair for the company. Originally a three-legged stool, also known as model 3170, Dot was revitalized in 1970 and updated to a four-legged version.

The multifunctional Dot stool can be used in the kitchen, hallway, home office, you name it. Due to its lightweight, stackable structure, the stool is easy to grab anytime an extra seat is needed. The seat of the Dot stool is made of premium leather – it actually uses leftover leather from other Fritz Hansen chair classics.

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Dot stool, black leather - black

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Colour
Black
Length
34 cm
Width
34 cm
Height
46 cm
Material
Powder coated steel
Seat material
Leather
Notes
Stackable

Arne Jacobsen

Arne Jacobsen (1902-1971) is the most celebrated post-war Danish designer and architect. He graduated from the School of Applied Arts in 1924 and from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, where he studied architecture, in 1927. Arne Jacobsen worked actively both as an architect and as a designer and received many prestigious awards for his designs, including C. F. Hansen Medal and the Grand Prix of Milan XI Triennale.

Jacobsen’s most famous project was the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen (1956-1960), for which he designed every detail from textiles and lamps to cutlery and furniture. The AJ lamps, designed for the Royal Hotel and manufactured by Louis Poulsen, are a fine example of his streamlined and elegant style. The cutlery designed for the Royal Hotel and produced by Georg Jensen, represents a stylish design that is still today much praised. Also, the famous Egg and Swan chairs were designed for the Royal Hotel. As often happened with Arne Jacobsen’s designs, they were initially realized for a certain project and only later put into serial production – the same happened for the AJ lamps, the cutlery and the furniture he designed for the hotel. Royal Hotel was an extremely important project for Jacobsen because he could finally put his theories of integrated design and architecture into practice.

Jacobsen is well-known also for the Cylinda Line range, designed for Stelton in 1967. Since the very beginning, Cylinda Line has been an undisputed icon of Scandinavian design and today the range is part of numerous permanent collections in design museums all over the world.

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