Lukki Stool sage green lacquer

Lukki Stool

Designer: Ilmari Tapiovaara

Year: 1954

Lukki means “daddy longlegs” in Finnish, which playfully suggests the distinctive look of the Lukki Stool. The frame of the stool is composed of tubular steel, while the seat is formed from pressed birch plywood. The result is a lightweight, versatile, and distinctive piece of furniture. Ilmari Tapiovaara designed the Lukki family for the student dormitories of the Helsinki University of Technology in the 1950s.

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Lightweight, playful and versatile
Lukki Stool cm
Legs:
Steel tube
Seat core:
Form-pressed birch veneer
Seat surface:
Beech veneer

stackable

Lukki Stool is available in three colours: black, sage green or stone white.

Lukki Stool black lacquer

Lukki Stool
Legs: steel, black matt powder coating
Seat: beech, black lacquer

Lukki Stool white lacquer

Lukki Stool
Legs: steel, stone white matt powder coating
Seat: beech, stone white lacquer

Lukki Stool sage green lacquer

Lukki Stool
Legs: steel, sage green matt powder coating
Seat: beech, sage green lacquer

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