Architect designer Hervé Baley chose to oppose to the modern movement and instead follow principles of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Organic architecture. His designs are meant to create spaces that flow organically and harmoniously between people, ideas, conversations, forms and surroundings. A professor from 1968-90 at the Special School of Architecture (ESA), Baley believed in a vision of architecture based on people’s experience and their intimate relationship to the space. This stool is made of a single sheet of wood, ingeniously held together by a piece of leather. This model was designed for Baley’s living room in his Paris studio/apartment.