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Capelli ™ Stool

MIL-HBKC100A
$610.00
Capelli ™ Stool
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Design: Carol Catalano for Herman Miller®

A deceptively simple, sculptural structure that’'s pleasant to sit on and beautiful to look at. The Capelli stool is just two identical pieces of molded plywood, each with undulating, interlocking fingers at the top. That's it. No screws, no nails.

It's an ingeniously stable and graceful piece of furniture that comes apart quickly into two pieces easy to store or move. To assemble, you just fit the plywood "fingers" together. No tools or fasteners required. Then sit down. It's sturdy enough to hold you.

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Nothing More Than is Needed
Two molded plywood pieces lock together to form the Capelli stool. The surfaces between the fingers at the top of each piece meet and become stops that hold each half of the stool firmly in place.

Composed of 11 alternating dark- and light-stained hardwood inner plies and light ash veneer, the stool is 17 inches high.

Simply Flexible
You can unfold the stool into its two halves, which can be stacked together for easy storage. To reassemble the stool, just fit the fingers together. No tools, no fasteners, no trouble.

Dimensions
17"h x 15.5"w x 13.125"d
Pondering her new project—build a better stool—designer Carol Catalano noticed her own entwined fingers and had her answer. The Capelli stool is two identical plywood pieces, each with undulating "fingers" at the top that interlock without tools or fasteners. It's an ingeniously stable and graceful structure that's pleasant to sit on and simply beautiful to look at.
Herman Miller® is a pioneer in the furniture industry, an innovator whose human-centered, problem-solving approach to design introduced new ways of living and working for over 100 years. Environmentally-friendly design, lean manufacturing, ergonomics, the open office, even American modernism itself: Herman Miller and their designers—Gilbert Rohde, George Nelson, Charles and Ray Eames, Bill Stumpf, Yves Béhar, and many more—have had a hand in shaping it all. And as Herman Miller continues to live out our commitment to authentic design as a method of change, they are shaping the new kinds of spaces where people will live and work for years to come.