The LC14 Cabanon stool by Cassina in its three-dimensional version was designed by Le Corbusier at 1959 for the Maison du Brésil, a university residence in Paris. It is a stool of solid elegance created in natural dyed chestnut. Along the two main parts, the oblong openings make it easy to move, being able to place both horizontally and vertically.
Details: Made of solid chestnut wood in natural color. Practices openings on the two main parts that makes it easier to handle. The dovetail joint in each corner is exclusive and reveals the workmanship of the wood exalting its qualities.