This is a history of tradition
and transmission that
dates back to 1940s

Design Process

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.

Our approach with this product was
a really minimal one. We wanted to
just refine the object and respect
its nature.The stool consists of
just five parts made of solid oak
and it´s much more comfortable than
one would imagine at first sight.