The Chiquita stool has a secret to tell but only for those fortunate enough to enjoy its charms. Rigid-looking vertical sections of rattan poles unexpectedly recede into the seat for a pleasant surprise and sitting experience like no other.
Material: rattan, polyurethane foam, steel
15 kg/33 lbs l 29.5 kg/65 lbs
45cm x 46cm l 17 3/4 inches x 18 inches
Available in the following colors: Black, Silver, red, Brown, Blue, Sky Blue, Orchid Pink, Tangerine, and Pearl White
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ABOUT KENNETH COBONPUE
Kenneth Cobonpue is a multi-awarded furniture designer and manufacturer from Cebu, Philippines. His passage to design began in 1987, studying Industrial Design at the Pratt Institute in New York. While completing his studies, he apprenticed for a leather and wood workshop near Florence, Italy. He went on to study Furniture Marketing and Production at the Export-Akademie Baden-Württemberg in Reutlingen, Germany, under a private and state scholarship program, and subsequently worked in Bielefeld and Munich.
Kenneth returned home to Cebu in 1996 to manage Interior Crafts of the Islands, Inc., a furniture design and manufacturing company founded by his mother Betty Cobonpue in 1972. Discovering that modern design could have a new face using natural fibers and materials, Kenneth created pieces of functional art, offering an alternative to the Western definition of modern design. Today, the KENNETHCOBONPUE® brand has become known globally for its unique designs and extensive roster of clientele, including Hollywood celebrities and members of royalty.
With his masterful way of integrating nature, traditional craft and innovative technologies, designer and creative director Kenneth Cobonpue has earned international awards and recognition for his creative, organic, and expressive pieces. Working closely with some of the world’s leading designers, from household names to emerging talents, Kenneth has been pushing the envelope for design in the Philippines and sharing his vision to a global audience.