Like its forebearer, the chair features playfully sloped legs and what the designer describes as a simple, “unopinionated” frame with a curved backrest.
Morrison was originally inspired by a series of old, vernacular country stools, which distilled the idea of a seat to its core function.
“Their charm and character are irresistible, though they couldn’t be more everyday in a practical sense,” he said.
“The seat is flat and quite thin, so the expression is as direct as possible. It’s a little bit of a protest against fashion and fakeness in our industry.”
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