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PK33 Stool - Terracota

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  • PK33 Stool Terracota image.
  • PK33 Stool Terracota image.
  • PK33 Stool Terracota image.

PK33 Stool - Terracota

Delivered 10 - 16 weeks

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Poul Kjaerholm enjoys using assemble techniques while his exploration of materials resembles simplification of structure into a type-form and these characteristics resonates on the three-legged stool he designed in 1959, the PK33 Stool. The stool draws on construction techniques from the PK71 nesting tables and the PK80 daybed, yet has its own strong, unique expression. Provides a comfortable place to put your feet as well as a comfortable place to sit.

PK33 Stool
PK33 Stool


Your family and guests will love the look and feel of the PK33 Stool by Designer Editions. Inspired by the original design from Poul Kjærholm this premium style features a detachable leather cushion in black, terracotta, red and cream fastened with straps to a ring-shaped shell Fiber Glass Frame. The three legs are polished Stainless Steel spring with black leg ferrules. Not only is it modern but also durable and long lasting with the 24-month manufacturer’s warranty, we have the best quality stools available.


PK33 Stool
  • Frame: Full Corrected Leather, Fiber Glass Frame
  • Legs: Stainless Steel Legs
  • Style: Iconic Design
  • Fabric: Standard Leather
  • Warranty: 5 Years
  • Assembly: Fully
  • Instructions: N/A
  • Care: Spot Clean
  • Clean: Dust / Leather Cleaner
  • Dimension: Width 51cm, Depth 51cm, Height 36cm
  • Packing Dimension: Width 53cm, Depth 53cm, Height 39cm
  • CBM: 0.10  Product Weight: 7kg
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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