Ulisse Folding Stool

designed by Ivan Loss
SKU YV112

This ‘Ulisse’ stool / walking stick combination was designed by Ivan Loss in 1981 and was produced in Italy by Sandrigarden during the 1980s. The piece is made from steel and plastic and was part of the collection of the Stedelijk Museum of Amsterdam.

ABOUT

Stick Stools

Throughout history there have been several manufacturers who opted for this style of chairs, stick stools and cane chairs. Among the prominent manufacturers we could name the well- known manufacturer Thonet, who in 1885 (19th Century) produced his first cane chair. Made of natural wood, the assembly system is very similar to the Ulisse stool. We can find another great, more recent example, in this case, an idea by the Italian designer Gaetano Pesce, who in 1995 designed the Umbrella Chair, and produced by Zerodisegno.

Details

Creator

Stick Stools
Sandrigarden

Period

1980-1989

Condition

Excellent
Wear consistent with age and use
Attribution mark

Design

Ulisse folding stool
4 units available

Materials

Lacquered steel
Plastic

Dimensions

35x36x73

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