Bronco stool by Guillaume Delvigne for super-ette

February 4th, 2013 by retail design blog

‘Saddle or stool? With Bronco, I like the idea that at first there is speculation about which way to sit: in classic mode or astride? With these two eye-catching screws, the moulded piece of wood that interfaces the seat and one of the feet can also be a handle, lower back support, hook… Through the fluidity of its form and its T-shaped structure, I tried to give it a robust, accessible and likeable identity.’ Guillaume Delvigne

Designed by Guillaume Delvigne for super-ette


















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One thought on “Bronco stool by Guillaume Delvigne for super-ette

  1. tracyzyy says:

    These chairs are so cutting-edge.

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