Taurus | Stool

Taurus stool is Peitro's Neonetic reference to the bull, a further emphasis to the pastoral references in the collection. The playful sculptural stool features an uphostered seat seamlessly flanked by cuspidated armrests, unmistakably resembling the horns. It sits on quartet of rounded solid ashwood legs. The piece is upholstered in lamb skin and can be done in Boucle fabric.

This is part of Pietro's collection inspired by Neonetic design, which is based on the biological term “neoteny,” a reference to an organism’s uneven physical development as it ages from it soft, rounded and pudgy features. Hence, his pieces evoke of soft shapes with unconventional proportions and cartoon-like feels.

Dimensions: W72 D54 H54 CM
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PIETRO FRANCESCHINI Pietro Franceschini is an architect and designer based in New York and Florence. He was educated in Italy, Portugal and United States. After receiving his B.Arch cum laude from Università degli Studi di Firenze and his M.S.Arch with 1st class honour from Pratt Institute, he collaborated among others with Leeser Architecture in Brooklyn, Claudio Nardi in Florence, Laisné Roussel in Paris and Carlo Ratti Associati in New York. His latest project - PF|St... Read more Fill 1 Copy 7