The Swiss designer, architect and artist, Max Bill, was the first Dean of the influential Ulm School of Design and its architect and head from 1951 to 1956. This famous design school saw itself as the legitimate West German heir to the Bauhaus School, and in the 1950s and 1960s tried to create a 20th century style. They tried successfully, if its repercussions on industrial design, e.g. for the Braun company, are anything to go by. In cooperation with Hans Gugelot, Max Bill designed the Ulm stool in 1955 for the interior of the Ulm School of Design. This piece of furniture can be a seat, an occasional table, shelf or portable tray all in one.
Materials identical to those used in the original: natural pine, lateral bar and base strip made of beech. Height 44 cm, width 39.5 cm, depth 29.5 cm. Weight 2.1 kg
with drawer CHF 449.00