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COCO is an object that can be used as a stool, side table, pedestal or in many other functions. It is a combination of form and line - a functional sculpture designed by artist Markus Merkle.
COCO is heavy, almost archaic, yet filigree. It is sturdy enough to hold the weight of a person sitting on it. When used as a stool, Coco adapts to the movement, swings easily.
Inspired by the traditional designs of Gerrit Rietveld and the Bauhaus, COCO is a sophisticated cross between art and design.
Material: iron, powder-coated
Dimensions: about 40 x 40 x 44 cm
Weight: approx. 26 kg
Design: Markus Merkle
Please order COCO exclusively with the payment method "Bank transfer in advance".
For details of payment and delivery, we will contact you after your order.
Each object is individually made to order. The delivery time can be up to four weeks. The delivery is carried out by pickup in Weimar or a forwarding agency (deviating from our usual shipping costs incurred in a delivery transport costs in Germany).
Alternatively you can contact us on weekdays on tel. 03643-545 880 or by e-mail to [email protected]
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The legendary design school, the Bauhaus, was founded in 1919 in Weimar. Architects and artists such as Gropius, Feininger, Klee, Itten and many more were there from the beginning and shaped a then revolutionary understanding of new architecture, design and art in all fields.
Today, the Bauhaus is part of 11 UNESCO World Heritage sites in Weimar. The Klassik Stiftung Weimar owns the oldest collection of Bauhaus exhibits worldwide - and a new Bauhaus Museum is currently being built in Weimar, which will open its doors in spring 2019 for its 100th anniversary.
As a subsidiary company of Klassik Stiftung Weimar, we operate our own Bauhaus Store in a central location at the Weimar market place. An we look forward to the opening of the new museum, which of course will also receive an inspiring Museumshop.