The Vinci Stool - Seating mode

The Vinci Stool - Seating mode

How do you pay homage to one of the greatest minds in human history? Leonardo da Vinci (1452 -– 1519) – There were few areas, Leonardo didn’t explore. He was centuries ahead of scientific discovery. He helped make great advances in anatomy, astronomy, physics, science and others. Perhaps his most famous achievement, was to paint the most iconic picture in history – The Mona Lisa.

The team began to sketch out several forms and explored how each element would add further functionality. Leonardo was a man of many talents, the stool would need to reflect his versatility while maintaining an artistic and sculptural flair. 

Initial sketches and research 

Initial sketches and research 

The Vinci Stool in side table mode

The Vinci Stool in side table mode

Each stool is hand crafted in our workshop with the finest materials. This particular example is constructed from English oak and American black walnut. The oak has been left raw to expose its beautiful medullary rays. The walnut has been finished with several coats of a clear wax oil which enhances warm tones within its grain. 

The Vinci Stool in side table mode

The Vinci Stool in side table mode

The Vinci Stool - the ultimate accessory for an Eames Lounger 

The Vinci Stool - the ultimate accessory for an Eames Lounger 

Vinci Stool magazine rack mode

Vinci Stool magazine rack mode

We think the great man would like our stool and its versatility. From stool, to table to rack to sculpture, The Vinci Stool - Unusually Versatile. 

Details:
Dimensions H40cm x W31cm x D23cm. 
Available in several finishes and materials
From £250

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