The Matagi Stool, also known as the Hunting Chair, can be used for any occasion. Whether it provides mobile seating or serves as a living room side table, the aesthetic simplicity of the Matagi Stool adds coziness and calmness to the interior of any home. The natural materials, the light shades of beech wood and core leather come together in a simple construction that maximises functionality.
The Matagi Stool - authenticity rounded by traditions and asthetic simplicity
The first wooden foldable stool goes back to before B.C. and during the 18th century, this form of stool was especially used for hunting. This is why the Matagi Stool is also known as the hunting chair. Because of its minimalistic shape, functionality and natural coloured look, the Matagi stool has in the last decade gained popularity for indoor use in Japan. Being the first market to adapt the stool, we have named it after the Japanese word matagi, meaning both a hunter and a forked tree. The name resembles the history and shape of the stool.
A SEAT FOR REFLECTION
We believe that a view should be enjoyed. When finding the perfect spot, sitting on the Matagi Stool's comfortable leather seat supported by steady legs will emerge with your surroundings.
Much more than afoldable tripod stool for on-the-go seating
The Matagi Stool is much more than a foldable tripod stool for on-the-go seating as it has all the elements for appealing for indoor use with its natural materials of beech and leather which come together in a simple construction that maximize functionality. Whether it provides mobile seating or serves as a living room side table, the aesthetic simplicity of the Matagi stool add calm and cosiness to the interior of any home.
For relaxing times outside
With its foldable feature and leather strap, the Matagi Stool is perfect for on-the-go relaxation and comfort. The light weight, foldable Matagi Stool packs up and assembles easily, and with the carry strap it is practical for hands free portability. Perfect for a day outside to bring almost anywhere or keep it in the car just in case.