Coffee-stained half-moon stool with Bode corduroy II
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Green River Project LLC

Coffee-stained half-moon stool with Bode corduroy II

Founded in 2017 by Aaron Aujla and Benjamin Bloomstein, Green River Project is a research-driven furniture producer based in New York City. In a short time they have been remarkably prolific, exploring a wide range of sustainably sourced materials and forms with echoes of modern masters like Frank Lloyd Wright and Gerrit Rietveld. The unusual tint of this half-moon stool is achieved by dyeing with coffee; the corduroy upholstery cushion by Bode offers an opportunity for pictorial embellishment.

Each stool is unique and features a different artist with a design reflecting the artist's works.  Artists: Beverly Buchanan, Robert Gober, Hélio Oiticica, Thomas Schütte, and Anne Truitt

 

Regular price $2,000

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Artist
Green River Project LLC
Material
Luan, Douglas Fir, coffee and shellac, marker
Contributing Gallery
Green River Project LLC
Date
2020
Dimensions
15.5 in × 19 in × 13.75 in
39.37 cm × 48.26 cm × 34.925 cm
ID
greengrp02-ind01 d
Image credit: Photo by Andrew Jacobs
Coffee-stained half-moon stool with Bode corduroy II
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Coffee-stained half-moon stool with Bode corduroy II