stool 523 Tabouret Méribel and 524 Tabouret Berger by Cassina
523 TABOURET MÉRIBEL (1961 – 1962)
HIGH STOOL It takes its name from the chalet in Méribel, France where Charlotte Perriand had a home and where over the year she reinterpreted the local architecture.
Characterized by three legs “cut” finished, the stool comes in three solid wood finishes: natural oak, stained black oak, natural American walnut.
524 TABOURET BERGER (1953)
LOW STOOL Created in the spirit of freedom, the stool is inspired – as its name suggests – by those used by shepherds.
Featuring three turned legs, the stool comes in three solid wood finishes: natural oak, black-stained oak, natural American walnut.
Active since 1927, Cassina was one of the first Italian companies to focus on furniture research and innovation. It partnered with distinguished architects and designers to find new ways of designing and thus beginning industrial design in Italy as early as the 1950s. Cassina has always had a very precise identity aknowledged allover the world, due to the balance between technology and craftsmanship.
The Cassina collection "I grandi Maestri" began in 1964 with the collaboration of designers such as Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand.