The Ulm Stool was designed in 1954 by Max Bill, the first director of the Ulm School of Design, in collaboration with Hans Gugelot. The stool was to be used by the school’s students and was produced in the school’s joinery workshop, using donated wood.
Lightweight yet sturdy, this versatile stool can be used as seating, as an occasional table or shelf, but also as a transport container, serving tray or as an additional element set on top of a table.
The Ulm Stool is now available in nine different finishes: in natural spruce (original), in seven different colors on birch; apple green, sky blue, dark blue, fiery red, glowing orange, lemon yellow, black and in lacquered walnut.
W 15.6" x D 11.6" x H 17.3"
Spruce, lacquered natural
Birch, lacquered, apple green, sky blue, dark blue, fiery red, glowing orange, lemon yellow, black,
Walnut, lacquered natural