TC StoolRuud-Jan Kokke $567.00
The TC stool was designed in 1989 by Ruud-Jan Kokke. The stool was developed at the request of Mrs. Trees Coenders of the Museum Boymans van Beuningen in Rotterdam. To pay homage to her, Mrs. Coenders initials are now reflected in the TC stool product designation. The TC design is made of thin birch triplex which is specially produced for the aircraft industry. The two millimeter thick plate of “airplane triplex” consist of 4 extremely thin veneer layers. This results in a visually light appearance with exceptional structural strength. The TC stool is part of the collections of several prominent museums, including: Museum of Modern Art New York, Cooper Hewitt Museum New York, Museum für Angewandte Kunst in Cologne and the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam.
Materials: Natural Birch Wood, Natural Matte Lacquer or Black Stain
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The designs of Ruud-Jan Kokke (1965) are characterized by a personal style with an eye for detail and functionality. His designs have a highly technical and visual quality with an inventive, playful character that pushes the boundaries of the materials employed. To Kokke, the design has only succeeded when there is a balance between this use of material, design and functionality. Ruud-Jan Kokke describes himself as a constructor, with great knowledge of and love for materials and construction techniques. He proves that a clever construction, good knowledge of material and simple geometric forms are a good basis for a new design. Ruud-Jan Kokke's designs are displayed in the Museum of Modern Art in New York, Museum Boymans van Beuningen in Rotterdam, Stedelijk Museumin in Amsterdam and the "Museum für Angewandte Kunst" in Cologne.
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