Dot Stool

Set of dimensioned drawings of the Dot Stool labeled with height, width, and depth in plan and elevation

The Dot stool is created by a molded veneer walnut seat, which can remain as wood or can be covered in leather, that sets atop four tubular metal legs. The Dot Stool was designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1954 around the same time that he designed his Egg and Swan chairs.

The Dot Stool has an overall height of 17.5” (44.5 cm) and diameter of 13.5” (34 cm).

Details

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Height: 
17.5” | 44.5 cm
Width:
13.5” | 34 cm
Depth:
13.5” | 34 cm
Length:
Seat Height:
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Weight:
Materials:
Tubular steel base; molded walnut veneer seat; leather upholstery seat option
Designer:
Arne Jacobsen
Year:
1954

Properties

Drawings include:
Dot Stool front elevation, plan

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Stools are a piece of furniture that consist of a single seat for one person and a base of one or multiple legs. Traditionally, stools were differentiated from chairs by their lack of a back, but modern variations and definitions of stools may now include designs with arms and backs.