Price: Price on request
This 1920s footstool was designed in the spirit of Huib Hoste, a pioneer of Belgian avant-garde architecture and furniture art. He was one of the founders of the avant-garde movement in Belgium.
The base of the footstool is made of wood and lacquered in black. It has four round legs that give the stool an elegant look. The seat is round and upholstered in a black fabric with a subtle texture. Small slats of hardwood have been added around the stool, providing a nice contrast to the black.
The footstool has been professionally restored, respecting the original materials and workmanship. The seat is authentic and has a beautiful patina.
This ottoman combines Huib Hoste's geometric and sober style with a contemporary flair. It is a comfortable and functional piece of furniture, but also a work of art that testifies to the creativity and craftsmanship of Belgian design history.
Height: 44 cm
Width: 55 cm
Depth: 55 cm