Hiroshima Stool

Designed by:  Naoto Fukasawa
Manufactured by:  Maruni

The Hiroshima stool combines slender stainless steel legs and a solid wood seat.  It is available in both chrome or brushed stainless steel legs. The seat is either beech, oak or walunut and is finished in either a black, white, natural, or light brown stain. The Hiroshima stool is available in counter height and bar height. Manufactured by Maruni.

Designed in 2016.
16.2" W, 15.9" D, 30.0" H (Counter Height)
Seat Height: 25.3" 

18.1" W, 16.6" D, 35.6" H (Bar Height)
Seat Height: 30.8"
Designed by:  Naoto Fukasawa
Manufactured by:  Maruni

The Hiroshima stool combines slender stainless steel legs and a solid wood seat.  It is available in both chrome or brushed stainless steel legs. The seat is either beech, oak or walunut and is finished in either a black, white, natural, or light brown stain. The Hiroshima stool is available in counter height and bar height. Manufactured by Maruni.

Designed in 2016.
16.2" W, 15.9" D, 30.0" H (Counter Height)
Seat Height: 25.3" 

18.1" W, 16.6" D, 35.6" H (Bar Height)
Seat Height: 30.8"
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Designed by:  Naoto Fukasawa
Manufactured by:  Maruni

The Hiroshima stool combines slender stainless steel legs and a solid wood seat.  It is available in both chrome or brushed stainless steel legs. The seat is either beech, oak or walunut and is finished in either a black, white, natural, or light brown stain. The Hiroshima stool is available in counter height and bar height. Manufactured by Maruni.

Designed in 2016.
16.2" W, 15.9" D, 30.0" H (Counter Height)
Seat Height: 25.3" 

18.1" W, 16.6" D, 35.6" H (Bar Height)
Seat Height: 30.8"

Maruni

Maruni is one of Japan’s most celebrated handcrafted wood furniture manufacturers. The visionary company was at the forefront of bentwood working in the 1920s and 1930s—a technique that was considered extremely difficult at the time.

The distinctive lines and curves of Maruni furniture are unmistakable—not surprising, given the company’s dedication to developing its own carving machines and other equipment in an effort to produce ever-more sophisticated woodworking techniques. Maruni draws its inspiration from Western-style classical furniture, imparting Japanese influences into each design—the result is a distinctive style that is entirely unique.