Langhorne Stool was designed with great focus on functionality, comfort, and materials. Those were the central of every design decision during the process of crafting this stool. Each stool is made of American Walnut from hardwood forests in PA using the method developed by Robert Erickson for hand carving seats in the early 70’s. This method has been proven to place comfort and ergonomics at the highest pinnacle. This stool folds flat for easy storage, the removable hand stained American Bison leather carrying strap makes it highly portable.
The seat scoop has been designed to form perfectly to your body, as you can see here, the front of the seat is known as a waterfall and is carved downward to follow the curvature of your legs. The seat’s thickness is actually an optical illusion to retain thickness and durability while maintain a minimalist appearance. The Ericksons have mastered this technique for over the last 30 years. Available in limited edition, each stool is hand numbered, letting you know each one is unique and one of a kind.
Designer : Erickson Woodworking for Revisit