A&E Design, Hans Ehrich, Tom Ahlström. Stockholm II Folding Stool and Stockholm II Trolley. 1993-1994

A&E Design, Hans Ehrich, Tom Ahlström Stockholm II Folding Stool and Stockholm II Trolley 1993-1994

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Lightweight (at 1.7 kilograms, or less than 4 pounds), stable, foldable, and compact, the Stockholm II stool was first designed for the National Museum in Stockholm. It is now a staple of institutions worldwide, including MoMA, where it is used on a daily basis.

Gallery label from Born out of Necessity, March 2, 2012–January 28, 2013.
Manufacturer
Lectus Produktion AB, Mönsterås, Sweden
Medium
Aluminum, steel, and fiberglass-reinforced plastic fabric
Dimensions
Each (.1-6 stools): 34 1/4 x 14 9/16 x 1 5/8" (87 x 37 x 4.2 cm)
Credit
Gift of the manufacturer
Object number
762.2011.1-7
Department
Architecture and Design

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