Three-legged stool made of ash and oak wood
On ancient Chinese woodblock prints you can sometimes spot a three-legged stool, which served Auerberg as inspiration for the Y-stool, because it embodies all Auerberg principles: Durability, longevity and minimal use of resources with maximum functionality.
Auerberg carpenters the stool from German ash and oak, using the light-dark contrast of the two woods to bring out the distinctive wood joints to their full effect. All joints are invisibly mortised with wooden dowels. The lower wooden joint resembles the letter Y and this is also the name of the stool.
Available in different heights.