David Chipperfield's Langley Stool is solid wood in its purest form, with a focus on the essentials and a clean design language. Langley also serves as a side table, offering versatile use in private and public spaces.
This design was developed by critically acclaimed architect David Chipperfield, for a residential project in the English Countryside. Fayland House is a contemporary dwelling characterised with a pure use of materials. Likewise this stool is minimal in form, celebrating the natural beauty of timber. Langley is part of a furniture family that also includes the Fawley Bench and Fayland Table, all share the same signature horizontal bracing with no visible joints or screws.
Langley, Fayland and Fawley furniture is available in either oiled oak, white pigmented oak or oiled walnut. There is also a black stained and waxed version available on request. Made of solid wood, the constructive details are at the core of this stool's refined design - combining the shared aesthetics of e15 and David Chipperfield. Careful thought has been given to each element of the design.
David Chipperfield CBE, is an RIBA Gold Medal award winning British Architect with practices in London, Berlin, Milan and Shanghai. David began collaborating with e15 in 2015 and has since released additional pieces with a similar approach at the 2016 IMM furniture fair in Cologne.