Pierre Jeanneret Tokyo



The cube stool is said to have been designed for a hut in Capmartin, southern France, where Corbusier spent his later years, the Brazilian student hall in Paris, and Chandigarh, India. This work has existed since then in two sizes: square and rectangle. This is a rectangular type. It is more than just a wooden box, serving as a stool, a side table, and sometimes even a real stepping stone. Absorb Corbusier's thoughts and philosophy.

Size: 43cm x 33cm x 25cm

Material: solid teak wood

*The Jeanneret furniture we deliver is carefully handcrafted one by one based on original blueprints in a family-run workshop that inherited techniques from the craftsmen of the time when Jeanneret designed and supervised the work in the 1950s. This is an authentic reproduction produced by.

*Production begins after all orders are received.

*Price includes tax. Shipping charges will be charged separately.