BAN Stools by Héctor Esrawe

November 29th, 2011 by retail design blog

These stools evoke those used by the African cultures, as well as in America during pre-Hispanic times. They were symbols for status, tradition, religion and identity. They are developed from select, certified, solid walnut, tzalam, and beech wood, produced through a complex process of cutting, assembling and lathing by craftsmen, finished with natural oils. The transversal cut lends it sculpture-like character, allowing the possibility of mixing groups of stools, in different sizes and wood types, creating differents configurations and expressions.

Designed by Héctor Esrawe

http://www.contemporist.com/2011/11/15/ban-stools-by-hector-esrawe/

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