Introducing the new Rook collection

Rook Stools in various sizes and finishes
  • Introducing the new Rook collection
  • July 2023
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Introducing the new Rook collection

Rook is a considered collection of stools, subtly inspired by the decorative forms of traditional chess pieces. The diverging timber uprights interplay with the horizontal footrest, encapsulating and supporting the element. The steel skeleton within the solid timber form, minimises the overall silhouette, celebrating the beautiful marriage of natural solid timber and Australian craftsmanship.

The gently radiused curves of the seat and leg provide a consistent element throughout the range. Presented in solid walnut, white oak and blackened oak with base and footrest finished to textured black.

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Made and assembled in Australia and available in three heights as well as an upholstered top option to suit a range of indoor contexts.

The Rook collection is available in Australia and Singapore through Stylecraft, or internationally directly through our studio.

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