Banu Stool

Eckart Muthesius, 1931

Banu is yet another gem from the Jewel Garden, which was the name of the Maharajah‘s palace of Indore for which Eckart Muthesius designed this stool. Through the use of polished stainless steel and a highly demanding working process, the frame appears, from all sides, to be made of a single piece. The exquisite, elegant stool decorated the bathroom of the Maharani. A slightly different version travelled on tracks through India – in the legendary saloon carriage of the Maharajah.

Originally designed for the bathroom of a Maharani, this simple design is also ideal for use as a desk stool, which can be pushed beneath the desk.

 
 
 
 

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Stool. Frame chrome-plated flat steel. Beech seat frame. Upholstery polyurethane with polyester fibre. Cover in fabric or leather. Changeable gliders in felt or plastic. 

Frame

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Steel

Chrome-plated

Chrome-plated

Cover

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Fabric group 1

Manila 100% cotton

Nature

Nature

Orange

Orange

Grey

Grey

Black

Black

Fabric group 2

Manzoni 65% cotton, 35% linen

Linen

Linen

Smoke

Smoke

Granite

Granite

Midnight

Midnight

Plum

Plum

Fabric group 3

Topia 95% new wool, 5% polyamide

Angora

Angora

Peat

Peat

Rosewood

Rosewood

Graphit

Graphit

Orion

Orion

Epingle 100% new wool

Grey blue

Grey blue

Black

Black

Fabric group 4

Divina Melange 100% new wool

581

581

180

180

120

120

220

220

280

280

170

170

771

771

971

971

871

871

681

681

671

671

Divina 100% new wool

893

893

154

154

106

106

224

224

793

793

191

191

356

356

944

944

791

791

671

671

584

584

Divina MD 100% new wool

813

813

733

733

213

213

353

353

193

193

913

913

973

973

837

837

773

773

783

783

683

683

Halingdal 70% new wool, 30% viscose

110

110

376

376

113

113

116

116

368

368

180

180

224

224

960

960

773

773

764

764

687

687

Harald 100% cotton

792

792

582

582

233

233

143

143

283

283

952

952

182

182

772

772

652

652

612

612

512

512

Maple 81% viscose, 15% linen, 4% polyester

192

192

792

792

Bel Suede 55 % viscose chenille, 30% linen, 15% cotton

Celadon

Celadon

Terre d'ombre

Terre d'ombre

Fabric group 5

Sonar 59% pure wool, 25% viscose, 9% linen, 5% nylon, 2% polyester

113

113

153

153

173

173

773

773

673

673

653

653

633

633

553

553

Cover

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Leather

Classic Leather

Black

Black

Grey

Grey

Anthracite

Anthracite

White

White

Chocolate

Chocolate

Cognac

Cognac

Blue

Blue

Bordeaux

Bordeaux

Premium Leather

Black

Black

Terra

Terra

Coconut

Coconut

Enzian

Enzian

Rucola

Rucola

All dimensions are in the unit cm.

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DESIGNER

Eckart Muthesius

At the age of 24, in 1933, architect Eckart Muthesius already created a complete work of modernist art: For the Manik Bagh palace of the Maharajah of Indore, he not only designed the architecture but also part of the furniture, and combined it with the progressive designs by Marcel Breuer, Charlotte Perriand, and Eileen Gray.

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