Coterie Stool by Daniel Duarte

February 14th, 2014 by retail design blog

The capitone cushion came across the 50’s with great popularity. Different from others due to its circular shape, it has developed to a wide range of formats and materials. However, it has been forgotten through times. Today, as a part of the Coterie bench, its contemporaneous lines and trends elevate this handcrafted cushion to a whole new way of using it, turning it into a actual piece.

Photos by Milton Pacheco

Designed by Daniel Duarte














http://www.danielduarte.pt

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