Hiruki Stool

- Design by Jean Louis Iratzoki
This is a history of tradition and transmission that dates back to 1940s in the village of Sara. At his farm, José Miguel Barandiaran, the famous Basque ethnologist, had a favourite stool that he entrusted to a member of the Iratzoki family, whose trade was woodcraft. It was transmitted and manufactured first by the great-uncle then by the father of the designer. This is how the ordinary stool became an “extraordinary” object for Jean Louis Iratzoki, who reinterpreted this heritage with the Hiruki.

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The designer Jean Louis Iratzoki:

Ever since he opened his own workshop in 1998, Jean Louis Iratzoki has been committed to the creation of articles impregnated with an emotional value, where the respect for nature, character and restraint give form to a contemporary but simultaneously authentic product. A philosophy which has garnered diverse European awards.

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