Perforated metal gives Mathieu Matégot's Nagasaki stool a lightweight yet industrial charm
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Rigitulle, the name Matégot gave to this combination, can be bent, folded and shaped, giving his designs their sense of lightness and modernity. The designer was familiarised with both material and process during five years spent in wartime captivity and went on to spend a decade and a half devoted to furniture design.
Available in Midnight Black or Shy Cherry, the Nagasaki Stool is defined not only by the use of rigitulle but its characteristically organic forms. Its industrial expression makes for a striking addition to contemporary spaces, and works particularly well amongst other Matégot pieces.
Since the Gubi's inception in the late 1960's the company have pursued a goal of producing lighting and furniture that is as functional as it is beautiful. Their collection crosses generations with it's rediscovered pieces such as Greta Grossman's Grasshopper Lamp, seventies classic the Multi-Lite pendant, and the eponymously named Adnet Mirror.
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