High-quality reproduction inspired by Charles and Ray Eames’ design.
In 1960, American designers Charles and Ray Eames were commissioned by the chair of Time-Life company to furnish three lobbies at the Time-Life Building at Rockefeller Center in New York City. Tasked with transforming the interior of these lobbies, the Eameses designed a series of chairs to furnish the lobbies as well as a series of wooden stools modeled on chess pieces, among them the Rook Stool. With a sculptural element that makes these stools truly unique, these stools were also intended to double as side tables.
Base diameter: 12"