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Pk91 Stool - White

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  • Pk91 Stool White image.
  • Pk91 Stool White image.

Pk91 Stool - White

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Poul Kjærholm epitomizes his ongoing adaption of historical furniture categories into his oeuvre and arsenal of expressions in his 1961 design of Pk91 Stool. Inspired by an ancient Egyptian folding stool that dates back to ca. 1500 BC .Kjaerholm’s method of refining historical furniture types has again been put into play and the result is the stool's minimalistic and elegant expression. The timeless elegance that resonates in the PK91 Stool made it a permanent collection at the Röhsska Museum in Gothenborg, in Sweden.

Pk91 Stool
Pk91 Stool


Add a unique element to any room with this high-end style of Pk91 Stool by Designer Editions beautifully crafted from satin-brushed stainless steel with a luxurious aniline leather seat. Available in black, mocha and white, it will arrive fully assembled and ready for use. A folding chair that will work well with other Kjaerholm designs or a carry-around piece that you can bring anywhere indoor or outdoor. We also backed it up with a 24-month manufacturer’s warranty for your complete quality assurance.


Pk91 Stool
  • Frame: Aniline Leather
  • Legs: Stainless Steel
  • Style: Classic Design 
  • Warranty: 5 Years
  • Assembly: N/A
  • Instructions: Included
  • Care: Dust Cleaner
  • Dimension: Width 59cm, Depth 41cm, Height 43cm
  • Packing Dimension: Width 69cm, Depth 51cm, Height 42cm
  • CBM: 0.15 Product Weight: 12kg
Inspired By

Poul Kjærholm

Poul Kjaerholm began his legacy as a humble cabinetmaker’s apprentice. He has studied at the Danish School or Arts in Copenhagen in 1952. Later on, his distinctive design was evident in his PKO minimalist plywood series. His art was vetted as playfully irrational. In typical Scandinavian fashion, he blends wood, leather, steel and even marble as his furniture construction material. He sees art where there is none saying, “Steel’s constructive potential is not the only thing that interests me; the refraction of light on its surface is an important part of my artistic work”. His famous Lounge Chair “PK25” in 1952 has evolved year after year, following his Coffee table “PK61” was made to match another version of his Lounge Chair “PK22” in 1956 which has been well known ever since. In 1958 his work has reached international acclaim for his contributions to the ‘Formes Scandinaves’ exhibition and has been awarded the legendary ‘Lunning Award’. He has also won the grand prize at the Milan ‘Trennali’. His designs have become a permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and other museum collections in Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Germany.

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