Fritz Hansen Arne Jacobsen High Dot Counter Stool
High Dot Stool by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen
Now available in a counter-stool height, the Dot Stool remains modern, minimal and sophisticated as always.
Arne Jacobsen developed the Dot in the 1950's around the same time as he created the Ant chair. While creating the Ant, Arne Jacobsen spent a lot of time at the Fritz Hansen factory testing, refining and finalizing his project.
The result of the collaboration was presented to the market in 1954 as a three-legged stool in veneer. In 1970, the Dot stool was revitalized as we know it today, with four legs.
Designer: Arne Jacobsen, 1954/1970
Manufacturer: Fritz Hansen
Dimensions: 17.3"w | 25.6"h (
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