The Maru stool seeks its shape in the origins of Brazilian culture, reminding us of the traditional straw sieves used by the indigenous people to produce their food. The stool draws a parallel between culture and experience, an analogy with the social environment where meals take place. On the Maru stool, the sieve ceases to be a decorative piece and becomes part of the daily lives of those who share cultural and enriching experiences.
High quality and solid wood structure (including the rim supporting the seat) fixed using metal screws. Seat in natural cotton straw structured with aramid, specially made for seats.
Finishes and coating available according to the price list. There is a wide variety of finishes and coating available to create unique pieces.