Saddle or stool? Bronco Stool kickstarts your thoughts. First the speculation about which way to sit: in classic mode or astride? Then the two eye-catching screws and the moulded piece of plywood that unites the seat and one of the legs. Is it a handle, a lower back support, a hook? Maybe all of the above. Through the fluidity of its form and its T-shaped structure, French designer Guillaume Delvigne gave Bronco stool a robust, accessible and likeable identity.
Graduated from Ecole de Design Nantes Atlantique and Politecnico di Milan, French designer Guillaume Delvigne (born 1979) has worked on projects with Hermès and Givenchy and the likes of George J. Sowden, co-founder of the Memphis movement, Marc Newson and Cédric Ragot.
Seat H: 45cm
Solid and veneered oak
Clear or black