This memorable NZ made stool is defined by playful circular elements. A curved tube steel frame in vibrant red creates a transparent cylinder-like form supporting a round Rimu timber seat with concave semi-circular detailing to the edge.
We haven't encountered this design before but it was registered in both New Zealand and Australia in 1984 so the designer must have had ambitious plans for the design. It's a nice insight into postmodern industrial design in New Zealand
Each piece is checked and carefully restored at our Kingsland studio workshop. Our focus is preserving the character and patina of the design while ensuring it displays beautifully in a contemporary interior.
- Joints checked and reglued
- Timber cleaned and stains removed
- Veneer repairs if needed
- Surfaces polished / refinished
The items showcased in our gallery are constantly changing – not all items are on display at once.
Please enquire if there is a specific piece you would like to view and we’ll make sure it’s in the gallery.
All pieces are available for collection in person from our Ponsonby gallery. We are also happy to provide a quote for delivery throughout New Zealand.
Playful Claude Trevor Clark Stool by C.T. Clark
Note: We showcase a curated edit from the Mr. Bigglesworthy catalogue. Please contact us to view specific items.