Pair of 1950/1960 Program Stools designed by Frank Guille for Kandya. Steel frame upholstered in grey felted wool and black & white toile.
These restored powder coated steel stools will fit in with many interior styles being monochrome and modern in feel. However the toile underside is 18th century. They will work in many rooms including office, kitchen or eating space, hall, or anywhere extra comfortable seating is likely to be needed and then tucked away. Featured in The Observer's Lust List, 2013.
Each of these stools are one of a kind.
These are steel stools, so they are quite heavy. They are traditionally upholstered in ultra-soft and unscratchy Christopher Farr felted grey wool, Marvic black and white cotton toile and the piping is made from John Boyd horsetail fabric, which mades it as stiff and indestructable as vinyl. The toile tells the tale of peasants taking their donkey to market, who are told that for him to be well presented upon arrival they should dismount and carry him on their backs.
Each stool is 21 inches high, 15.5 inches wide and 12 inches deep