A single tripod stool in maple. Designed and built by Max Greenberg for Works Progress. Seat bottoms branded with the Works Progress logo. Other wood selections and custom foot paint available on a commission basis. (One image shows multiple stools with painted feet. One image shows these stools together with the five Point round dining table by Works Progress.) Measures: Height ca. 18 in, seat diameter ca. 12 in, width ca. 14 in. Working out of the River Wards of Philadelphia, the Works Progress boutique furniture studio produces purposeful goods using modern techniques and traditional construction. Works Progress furniture is built to be used. Materials and finishes are selected for how they will age. The products are timeless and designed to serve you through generations. Max Greenberg launched Works Progress in 2015 after many years working with some of the top craftsman in Philadelphia and New York City. Works Progress combines Greenberg's experience in the craft with a unique design vision. Greenberg honed his design sensibilities from the earliest age, scouring flea markets and antique stores on weekends with his parents. He's spent a lifetime living with European and American modernist design. His love for design history, traditional joinery, modern manufacturing techniques and function are all built into the products Works Progress produce.
- Of the Period
- Place of origin
- Date of manufactureContemporary
- Materials and techniques
H 18 in. x W 14 in. x D 14 in.
H 45.72 cm x W 35.56 cm x D 35.56 cm
- Seat height18 in. (45.72 cm)
- Seller locationPhiladelphia, PA
- Reference numberLU161025818153
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