Boudins StoolRegular price€4.650,00 Sale price
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Designed by Sabourin Costes
The Stool is the central piece of the Boudins Collection, a series of handcrafted functional objects that surprise and stand out by their sculptural shapes and transparent colorful palette. The Boudins pieces are iconic, yet functional and easily find their place in our daily living environments.
The Stool stands at the crossroads of luxury and playfulness. It is entirely made out of glass transparent resin which creates distortions and reflections of the surrounding environment. Its nine resin rods are shaped individually then assembled in a row to form the seating. Their atypical shape starts very organized then gradually becomes loose and organic.
In order to create a refine and unexpected color scale for Boudins, Sabourin Costes explored diverse directions and shades before making a final selection of this unique bright pink for the Stool. The studio has developed a few other exclusive color recipes, which are available for bespoke orders
Limited edition of 10 (each in a custom color), 2 AP, 1 prototype.
Material: Resin (Polyester), polished
Made in France
Made to order
Please contact us for custom enquiries.
Slight variations may apply due to a handmade production process.
Dimensions: W 550 x D 300 x H 420 mm
Weight: 5 kg
Design Year: 2020
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The stool is entirely handcrafted in transparent resin, dyed and casted into solid rod. Each rod is individually polished and shape to give the stool its organic complexion. Other colors are available on demand.
About the designer
With a holistic approach, Sabourin Costes creates both objects and interiors that challenge our acquired relationship towards our living environments. Their ability to navigate small to large-scale projects with ease stems from interdisciplinary experiences with clients like Hermès, Ligne Roset, Chanel and Neri&Hu— which Paola and Zoé respectively fulfilled after attending the Design Academy Eindhoven. They returned to Paris in 2019 and co-founded Sabourin Costes, aspiring to craft their own stories and work.