The Dot Stool was designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1954. The idea for the stool came to him in the process of creating the chair Ant, which he designed at the time in collaboration with Fritz Hansen .
The simple stool with legs in chrome or graphite impresses with seats in different materials. With its understated look and practical stackability, the Fritz Hansen stool is a welcome guest in the living area that can be easily stored away when needed.
Further variants of the Dot stool are available on request.