For the design of Tabouret Haut, Jean Prouvé drew on a traditional type of bar stool that is still in common use today: a thin round seat resting on top of four long, canted legs. A ring is mounted to the inside of the legs at about a third of their height from the floor, increasing the rigidity of the construction and also serving as a comfortable footrest. Prouvé’s interpretation of this classic type is distinguished by its simple, unpretentious appearance, lucid construction and harmonious proportions.
Seat solid oak, natural or dark stain, with protective varnish.
Base solid oak legs, natural or dark stain, with protective varnish. Footrest tubular steel, chrome-plated, anti-skid surface.



Tabouret Haut (high stool)


design Jean Prouvé, 1942

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