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4 Neru Stackable Totem

4 NERU TOTEM, by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
4 Neru stackable TOTEM Utility sculpture: 1 Neru, functions as a stool/table Create your own
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2010s Mexican Minimalist Abstract Sculptures

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Wood

4 NERU TOTEM,  by Rebeca Cors
4 NERU TOTEM,  by Rebeca Cors
H 70.87 in Dm 15.75 in
NERU TOTEM STOOL 4, by Rebeca Cors
By Rebeca Cors
Located in Ciudad de México, CDMX
Utility sculpture: 1 Neru, functions as a stool/table Create your own TOTEM by stacking 3 or 4
Category

2010s Mexican Minimalist Side Tables

Materials

Wood

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Rebeca Cors for sale on 1stDibs

Rebeca Cors is a modern furniture designer offering a fresh perspective on the interplay between utility and art. She creates abstract sculptures as well as sculptural stools and side tables designed to bring art into everyday life. Each piece is made out of beautiful natural materials like wood, obsidian and marble, all imbued with a sense of balance and harmony.

Cors was born in Mexico in 1988. She graduated from the Universidad Iberoamericana Ciudad de México with a degree in industrial design in 2010, in addition to earning a design certificate from New York University in 2009. She founded her company, CORS by Rebeca Cors, in 2012, and spent time studying studio art at Central Saint Martins in London in 2013.

Cors seeks to preserve traditional crafting practices and create pieces that showcase and treasure her culture. All the sculptures and furniture produced by CORS are handmade by skilled Mexican artisans using local materials. 

Cors has exhibited extensively in her home country, including at Design Week México and the Zona Maco contemporary art fair. She has participated in Milan Design Week, Venice Design Week and NYCxDESIGN.

In 2021, Cors was named an Architectural Digest Design Icon and was listed on the AD100. That same year, she was awarded the Interceramic Award.

On 1stDibs, find Rebeca Cors decorative objects, seating, tables and more.

A Close Look at minimalist Furniture

A revival in the popularity of authentic Minimalist furniture is rooted in history while reflecting the needs and tastes of the 21st century. Designer Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s aphorism that “less is more” influenced the evolution of 20th-century interiors with an emphasis on function and order. This was a shift from the 19th century, with its lavish Victorian decorating, and was spread around the world through design styles including Bauhaus and brutalism.

Yet Minimalism was present in furniture design long before the clean lines of modernism, such as in the simple and elegant utility of Shaker furniture. Although the Minimalist art movement of the 1960s and ’70s had little crossover with furniture design, artist Donald Judd was inspired by the Shakers in creating his own spare daybeds and tables from sturdy wood. (Judd, whose advocacy of symmetry also informed his architectural projects, furnished his Manhattan loft with unassuming but poetic works by iconic modernist designers such as Gerrit Rietveld and Alvar Aalto.)

Understatement rather than ornamentation and open space instead of clutter are central themes for a Minimalist living room and bedroom. As opposed to Maximalism, the focus for Minimalist furniture and decor is on simplicity and considering the design and purpose of every object.

Furnishings are usually made in neutral or monochrome colors and pared down to their essentials — think nesting coffee tables, sectional sofas and accent pieces such as ottomans. And Minimalist ceramics can help achieve a decor that is both timeless and of the moment. The organic textures and personalization of handmade craftsmanship associated with these works have served as a sort of anti-Internet to screen-weary decorators. That said, while the thoughtful ergonomics of Scandinavian modern furniture, with its handcrafted teak frames, are at home in Minimalist spaces, so are the quietly striking pieces by Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa that employ industrial materials like stainless steel, aluminum and plastic.

Minimalist furniture is not for making flashy statements; it boasts subdued appeal and excels at harmonizing with any room. And, as it encompasses many different movements and eras of design, it also never goes out of style, owing to its tasteful refinement.

Find a collection of Minimalist tables, seating, lighting and more furniture on 1stDibs.

Finding the Right stools for You

Stools are versatile and a necessary addition to any living room, kitchen area or elsewhere in your home. A sofa or reliable lounge chair might nab all the credit, comfort-wise, but don’t discount the roles that good antique, new and vintage stools can play.

“Stools are jewels and statements in a space, and they can also be investment pieces,” says New York City designer Amy Lau, who adds that these seats provide an excellent choice for setting an interior’s general tone. 

Stools, which are among the oldest forms of wooden furnishings, may also serve as decorative pieces, even if we’re talking about a stool that is far less sculptural than the gracefully curving molded plywood shells that make up Sōri Yanagi’s provocative Butterfly stool

Fawn Galli, a New York interior designer, uses her stools in the same way you would use a throw pillow. “I normally buy several styles and move them around the home where needed,” she says.

Stools are smaller pieces of seating as compared to armchairs or dining chairs and can add depth as well as functionality to a space that you’ve set aside for entertaining. For a splash of color, consider the Stool 60, a pioneering work of bentwood by Finnish architect and furniture maker Alvar Aalto. It’s manufactured by Artek and comes in a variety of colored seats and finishes.

Barstools that date back to the 1970s are now more ubiquitous in kitchens. Vintage barstools have seen renewed interest, be they a meld of chrome and leather or transparent plastic, such as the Lucite and stainless-steel counter stool variety from Indiana-born furniture designer Charles Hollis Jones, who is renowned for his acrylic works. A cluster of barstools — perhaps a set of four brushed-aluminum counter stools by Emeco or Tubby Tube stools by Faye Toogood — can encourage merriment in the kitchen. If you’ve got the room for family and friends to congregate and enjoy cocktails where the cooking is done, consider matching your stools with a tall table.

Whether you need counter stools, drafting stools or another kind, explore an extensive range of antique, new and vintage stools on 1stDibs.