• Hiroshima stool, 2016, Naoto fukasawa, Maruni
  • Hiroshima stool, 2016, Naoto fukasawa, Maruni
  • Hiroshima stool, 2016, Naoto fukasawa, Maruni
  • Hiroshima stool, 2016, Naoto fukasawa, Maruni
  • Hiroshima stool, 2016, Naoto fukasawa, Maruni

Hiroshima stool, 2016

Hiroshima stool by Naoto Fukasawa for Maruni.

The Hiroshima series was released in 2008. Designed by Naoto Fukasawa, the aim was to create furniture that combines robustness with designs that will remain fresh and vital.

These chairs, tables and stools have simple, subtle structures that highlight the natural wood used and place no restrictions on their use. They are designed to be used everywhere.

The Hiroshima stool is the newest addition to the Hiroshima family of seating, launched at the Milan Furniture Fair in 2016.

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Hiroshima stool by Naoto Fukasawa for Maruni.

The Hiroshima series was released in 2008. Designed by Naoto Fukasawa, the aim was to create furniture that combines robustness with designs that will remain fresh and vital.

These chairs, tables and stools have simple, subtle structures that highlight the natural wood used and place no restrictions on their use. They are designed to be used everywhere.

The Hiroshima stool is the newest addition to the Hiroshima family of seating, launched at the Milan Furniture Fair in 2016.

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Medium: 41w x 40.5d x 64/76cmh
High: 46w x 42d x 78/90cmh

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Seat made of solid beech, oak or walnut in a variety of finishes.
Beech available in urethane-coated whitish, matt black or matt white.
Oak available urethane-coated in clear, whitish, light grey and natural black.
Walnut available urethane-coated in clear and light brown finishes.
The steel frame is available in chrome-plated, brushed, black powder-coated and polished stainless steel.
Two heights are available, medium and high.

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Founded in 1928, Maruni developed a technique of bentwood working that was considered extremely difficult at the time.

Founded in 1928, Maruni developed a technique of bentwood working that was considered extremely difficult at the time.

The name of the company was changed to Maruni Wood Industry, Inc. in 1933, after which the company set about achieving the industrial application of crafts skills in distinction to traditional Japanese methods of furniture production, which had remained until then firmly rooted in the field of the handicrafts.

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