Small, light, and full of charm. This is the Antonio stool, a versatile piece that can be used as a footrest, for decoration, or to support a book next to the armchair.
Behind the design
Made of freijó wood, it stands at 43 cm in height and is entirely made of freehand turned pieces: the seat, the three legs, and the two crosspieces.
The hole in the center of the seat was designed to be used as a handle, making it easier to transport while adding personality to the stool’s aesthetics.
Its name was chosen as a tribute to the skilled Portuguese turner, Antônio Fernandes da Rocha, who for over fifteen years handled all the turning work for Fernando's projects.