The Cherner Counter Stool designed by Norman Cherner in 1958 has been reissued in exacting detail from the original drawings and moulds. It has a very sculptural structure and the stool's slender seat provides support in all the right places.
It is ideal for sitting for long periods of time when dining or socialising in a home or commercial setting. The Cherner stool is available in bar and counter heights
Materials:Seat made of laminated plywood of graduated thickness, from 15 plys to 5 plys at the perimeter of the shell. The seat and back are a single shell with laminated legs, chrome footrest
Norman Cherner was a revolutionary who led the way in the design and invention of moulded wood furniture. He studied and taught at the Columbia University Fine Arts Department and was an instructor at the Museum of Modern Art in New York from 1947 to 1949. At the same time he also began his practice, embarking on a lifetime exploration of multidisciplinary design. Although best known for his furniture design, his work included almost all aspects of design: from graphics, glassware and lighting, to his pioneering work in prefabricated housing.