Bancos Zompopas, (Leaf-cutter Ant stool) 2010

by Cañas Arquitectos

Whimsical, contemporary, artsy and fun. A group of these natural river rock stone stools resemble a small colony of ants on the march, hence their popular costarican name - hormigas Zompopas- leaf-cutter ants. They were part of a commision from the from  the MADC ( Contemporary Art and Design Museum

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General

Product Name
Bancos Zompopas, (Leaf-cutter Ant stool) 2010
Designer
Andrés Cañas
Architect
Cañas Arquitectos
Manufactured
Costa Rica

Product Type

Chairs
Stools

Product Specs

Material
Metal
Other
Use
Residential
Commercial
Style
Contemporary

Whimsical, contemporary, artsy and fun. A group of these natural river rock stone stools resemble a small colony of ants on the march, hence their popular costarican name - hormigas Zompopas- leaf-cutter ants. They were part of a commision from the from  the MADC ( Contemporary Art and Design Museum) of Costa Rica, and now are in it's permament colection, and also in various private colections.

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