Well crafted: Architect’s Collection by Studio DUNN

Studio DUNN debuted two new pieces from the Architect’s Collection: the Architect’s stool and the Architect’s café table. The pieces were designed by Asher Rodriquez-Dunn.

The Architect’s Collection combines wood and metal, a new material for Studio Dunn. The stool and table in the new collection were built by Studio DUNN’s craftspeople in collaboration with a local metal fabrication workshop. Details include wooden stool seats hand-turned on the lathe and hand-cut leather backrests.

The Architect’s stool is height-adjustable and rotates between standard 24-inch counter and 30-inch bar heights. The stool and footrest adjust simultaneously, so the footrest always remains 17.5-inches away from the seat. The Architect’s table uses a classic acme thread and lock nut to revolve from 30 inches to 42 inches in height. The dual heights of the table also make the piece flexible.

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Studio DUNN is an American furniture and lighting design firm. It was established by designer Asher Dunn.

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