Marcel Gascoin Pair of 'Trèfle' Oak Stools
Marcel Gascoin, pair of stools, oak, France, 1949.
A pair of iconic Trèfle stools, designed by Marcel Gascoin in 1949. Placing function and order over embellishment, the robust and functionally versatile Trèfle stool is a great example of Gascoin's functionalist furniture. The sleek and sturdy character, of these stools is combined with a soft shaped split seat and with strong, stable legs. Crafted in solid oak that aged wonderful over the year, this is a durable piece of furniture perfect for your home.
French designer Marcel Gascoin (1907-1986) was one of the leading furniture designers of the post-war era. He played a vital role in the reconstruction of France after World War II, with his clean aesthetics and functionality, which was a break from the earlier very decorative periods in French design.