The Ulmer Stool was designed in 1954 through the common work of Max Bill, Hans Gugelot and Paul Hildinger, foreman of HfG Ulm. This stool became legendary for excluding any superfluous details and for its minimalistic design. This multifunctional piece of furniture can also be used as a little side table or, if you turn it upside down, as a carrying piece with an easy handle. The present model of Wohnbedarf Zurich was made in 1990. Three galvanized spruce boards are stabilized by a mortised round bar. The bottom edges are mounted on runners made of restistant beech to reduce the chipping.
The stool is signed with red pen ”Bill”. It is 44 cm high et measure 39*29.5 cm. It is in very good condition with little sign of wear.