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“Caballito” Stool

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Description

The foal has become a little horse: “Caballitos” are the follow-up to our “Potro” stools.

The core of the stools is wood turned by the Ramírez family (San Juan de Abajo, Nayarit) in solid parota wood, sourced by certified providers from the subtropical forest of the Mexican Pacific. The seat is handwoven with black horsehair by Cristian Rodríguez and his family in Cajititlán, Jalisco. No horses are harmed for mane extraction.

Aside from this version, the stool is also available in “güero” (blonde) and “pinto” (dappled) styles.

Open Edition
Full dimensions (cm)

28x28x42

Weight (kg)

15

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Production Year

2017

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Additional information

Full dimensions (cm)

28x28x42

Weight (kg)

15

Material

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Production Year

2017

Color

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Piedrafuego
The studio was born in 2013 as Álvareztostado, experimenting with materials and artisanal mexican craft techniques. In 2016 the studio transformed itself into Piedrafuego, honoring the transformation of materials -the meeting of human hands and earthly resources- the subsequent dialogue between materials and those who make our objects. The studio also develops architectural projects, artisanal manufacturing and interior design.
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Ana Elena Mallet
Ana Elena Mallet is the Adorno curator of design destination Mexico City. "Caballito" Stool by Piedrafuego is carefully selected as a piece that reflects the local design scene of Mexico City. As a local and recognized design expert Ana Elena Mallet's curation is a quality assurance that buying from Piedrafuego is a safe investment in the most important design from Mexico City right now.
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Pilar Obeso
Pilar Obeso is the Adorno curator of design destination Mexico City. "Caballito" Stool by Piedrafuego is carefully selected as a piece that reflects the local design scene of Mexico City. As a local and recognized design expert Pilar Obeso's curation is a quality assurance that buying from Piedrafuego is a safe investment in the most important design from Mexico City right now.

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