When Antti Nurmesniemi worked at Viljo Revel's architectural office, he designed the sauna section of Hotel Palace, which was completed in 1952. For the sauna Nurmesniemi designed this sauna stool, the purpose of which was to bring a traditional chair into modern times.
The stool has become one of the classics of Finnish design. It was awarded a silver medal at the Milan Triennale in 1964 and can be found in the collections of many museums, including the collection of MoMA, the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
In the production, we wanted to use as many recycled materials as possible
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- The seat is birch/mahogany plywood
- The legs are recycled teak, the teak is recycled from old door frames
- The wedges used to attach the legs are recycled ebony, the ebony is recycled from guitar fretboards
- Dimensions: 40cm x 40cm x 50cm
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