Cassina 531 Mexique Stool | High
The MEXIQUE Stool was designed by the French architect and designer Charlotte Perriand between 1952 and 1956. MEXIQUE plays with the strong contrast between the sharp-edged metal legs and the soft, rounded edge of the wooden seat. The stool was designed to compliment the other tables from the MEXIQUE-family, thus it perfectly adapts to their design and builds a natural harmony together with them.
The Cassina MEXIQUE stool is available in a number of different finishes and combinations. You can choose between different colors for the stainless steel legs, as well as different wooden finishes for the seat. Furthermore, the stool is also available in a lower version, which you can discover in our online-shop.
We recommend placing the stool together with the other products from the MEXIQUE-family, to create the best possible experience.
- natural solid Oak
- american walnut
- black stained Oak
- dark nickel-grey
|american walnut solid, stainless steel, oak solid
|oak, walnut, black
|Please note that the colors may be different on your display device from the original colors.
|Size (h x w x d) in cm
|72 x 37 x 47