The Wiggle Stool is part of Frank Gehry's 1972 furniture series 'Easy Edges', which successfully introduced a new aesthetic dimension to such an everyday material as cardboard. The iconic stool is robust and lends a striking note to any interior.
The architect Frank Gehry is known for his use of unusual materials. With his 1972 furniture series 'Easy Edges', he succeeded in bringing a new aesthetic dimension to such an everyday material as cardboard. Although surprisingly simple in appearance, the pieces in this series are very durable and robust. The 'Easy Edges' Wiggle Stool is vaguely reminiscent of traditional African stools and, like the latter, makes a statement in any interior.
The Canadian Architect Frank Gehry founded the architecture firm Frank Gehry & Associates in Los Angeles in 1962. In addition to his legendary construction projects – among them the Vitra Design Museum, a production facility and Vitra’s headquarters – he has also created a number of furniture designs.