Upholstered stool for ruler
Banu is another gem from the gemstone garden. This was the name of the palace of the Maharaja of Indore, for whom Eckart Muthesius designed this stool in 1931. Thanks to the use of strip steel and a complex manufacturing process, the frame appears from all sides as if it were made from one piece. The exquisitely elegant stool graced the bathroom of the Maharani. A slightly modified version travelled on rails through India - in the legendary saloon car of the Maharajah.
Polished stainless steel frame. Upholstery: polyurethane with upholstery wadding on beech frame. Cover in leather or fabric