1950s Gilbert Rohde low "Z" stool, for Troy Sunshade
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New York native Gilbert Rohde (1894-1944) came from a cabinetmaking family with an appetite for design. Working with Herman Miller, Heywood-Wakefield,, Widdicomb, and Troy Sunshade among others - he became a prolific in the American Streamline Moderne design aesthetic. The "Z" stool was designed in 1935 and uses tubular chromed steel, enamel and vinyl with continued production into mid-century. New red vinyl seating to match the original. For The Troy Sunshade Company. Three available. Priced per piece.
New York, USA
vinyl, tubular chromed steel
H 24 in W 14.5 in