Space Furniture presents the Panier stool from Melbourne-based designer Helen Kontouris.
May 31st, 2012
Designed by Helen Kontouris, Panier is a low stool that directly references the intricate and traditional techniques of basket weaving.
Executed in a purely contemporary manner, the rotationally moulded stool reflects a harmonious balance of proportions marked by a certain grace.
Available in 8 versatile colours, the Panier will sit comfortably in any commercial or residential environment and is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
Panier is the first piece from Kontouris’ new self-titled collection, available exclusively through Space Furniture.
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