José Zanine Caldas cruciform wooden stool, Brazil, 1970s

Zanine Caldas, José
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Stools
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Brazil
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1970s

A cruciform, ebonized wooden stool by Brazilian designer José Zanine Caldas.

Caldas (1918-2001) was a self-taught Brazilian architect and designer. He made both sculptural, carved furniture from local woods and Modernist plywood furniture. In the early 1940s Zanine started the "Z Artistic Furniture" (“Móveis Artísticos Z”) line.

The other stool by Jose Zanine Caldas in the last pictures is also available.

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  • Price on request
  • 13.8 In / 35.0 cm
  • 14.2 In / 36.0 cm
  • 13.8 In / 35.0 cm

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