Cooper (n): a person who makes or repairs wooden casks or barrels
To Cooper (v): to work as a cooper on; to work at or do coopering
First known use: 14th century
The centuries old art of barrel making, using the technique of manipulating staves or individual pieces of steam-bended wood, is the inspiration for Thos. Moser’s Cooper Chair. Designed by Brian Kane, the name Cooper is reminiscent of Brian’s longstanding connection to Napa, his second home. Perhaps the fruits of this valley, contained in the barrels themselves, have something to do with Brian’s interesting and innovative approach to coopering.
Industrial designer, Brian Kane of Kane Design Studio SF, has won 80+ design awards; exhibited at the Whitney and Brooklyn Museums in NYC and SF MOMA.
- Cooper Swivel Arm Chair w/ High Back - 48"H x 28"W x 30"D
- Cooper Swivel Arm Chair w/ Low Back - 37"H x 28"W x 29"D
- Cooper Swivel Side Chair w/ High Back - 48"H x 28"W x 30"D
- Cooper Swivel Side Chair w/ Low Back - 37"H x 28"W x 29"D