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Bullseye Arch Stool
Bullseye Arch Stool
Bullseye Arch Stool

Bullseye Arch Stool

$80.00

About

A bullseye arch is a round or oval aperture in a wall known in France as Oeil-de-boeuf. The Gothic rose window found in many European cathedrals is the most common bullseye arch.
This round form pierced through a wall may have derived from the Roman oculus.
The architect Louis Kahn used bullseye arches in the designs of Phillips Exeter Academy library and the National Assembly Building in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Details

Bounding Dimensions
28 cm x 28 cm x 45 cm
11" x 11" x 17" 3/4'
Packaging Dimensions
28 cm x 28 cm x 45 cm
11" x 11" x 17" 3/4'
Material
Baltic Birch Plywood
Weight
3.5kg

In The Box

Collection

This collection transforms arches that shaped five thousand years of architectural history into stools for the home or workplace.

Bell

Bottle Arch

Bullseye

Byzantine

Catenary

Cinquefoil

Corbelled

Equilateral

Four Centered

Horseshoe

Interlaced

Lancet

Mocárabe

Moorish

Multifoil

Natural

Ogee

Pointed Cinquefoil

Pointed Trefoil

Primitive

Relieving

Rounded

Rounded Trefoil

Shouldered

Three-Centered

Trefoil

Venetian

Made by Timbertail

We take pride in making products of the highest quality from our own workshop.

Makers' Download

The non-commercial Arch Stool Collection Download ($10) includes woodworking plans, CNC files and detailed instructions. Suitable if you have a home workshop or local makerspace. For commercial licenses or wholesale orders, contact us directly.
Dovetail

BIRCH SANDWICH

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