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 wood 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, Guillaume Delvigne gave Bronco stool a robust, accessible and likeable identity well done.
Born in France in 1979, Guillaume Delvigne studied at Ecole de Design Nantes Atlantique and Politecnico di Milano. Graduated in 2002, he joins George J. Sowden studio in Milan, co founder of the Memphis movement. In parallel he quickly starts to design his own objects. In 2011 he opens his own studio, inaugurates his first personal exhibition at the ToolsGalerie and receives the Grand Prize by the city of Paris. He has since devoloped several projects for big French and foreign companies.
Seat H: 45cm
Oak, oak veneer
Clear lacquered or black stained + black lacquered