Low fabric stool
For the Gardian stool by designer Patrick Norguet, the concept of seating was reduced to its most minimal expression, reaching the greatest simplicity possible. A movable piece of furniture designed for occasional use and to be useful in any sort of context: at work or by a bedside, around a dining table or behind a desk.
Inspired by totemic headrests from Africa, it is reduced here to its most elementary function: supporting the body in a seated position. Its design borrows from the proud head of bull herds, while its name is a direct reference to the men who keep them, the gardians of Camargue.
Materials: wood, fabrics