L.Ercolani | Furniture

Pure. Effortless. Timeless. Rooted in a century of design heritage and craftsmanship, L.Ercolani continues to express these values through thoughtful, emphatic…
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The UTILITY COUNTER STOOL (1956) was originally custom-built as seating for L.Ercolani’s team of designers when sketching in the factory. A classic characteristic of traditional Windsor craftsmanship, the UTILITY COUNTER STOOL features tapered, outward-facing legs and a moulded ash seat that accentuates the stool’s agile build. Additionally, the UTILITY COUNTER STOOL boasts the iconic Windsor joint — a trademark detail found in many of Lucian Ercolani’s early works.
The UTILITY BAR STOOL (1956) was originally custom-built as seating for L.Ercolani’s team of designers when sketching in the factory. A classic characteristic of traditional Windsor craftsmanship, the UTILITY BAR STOOL features tapered, outward-facing legs and a moulded ash seat that accentuates the stool’s agile build. Additionally, the UTILITY BAR STOOL boasts the iconic Windsor wedge & tenon joint — a trademark detail found in many of Lucian Ercolani’s early works.
The UTILITY BAR STOOL (1956) was originally custom-built as seating for L.Ercolani’s team of designers when sketching in the factory. A classic characteristic of traditional Windsor craftsmanship, the UTILITY BAR STOOL features tapered, outward-facing legs and a moulded ash seat that accentuates the stool’s agile build. Additionally, the UTILITY BAR STOOL boasts the iconic Windsor wedge & tenon joint — a trademark detail found in many of Lucian Ercolani’s early works.

Stools

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A romantic twist on the classic Windsor chair, the LOVESEAT by Lucian Ercolani imbues a distinct and timeless allure that is conducive to a wide assortment of modern settings. Designed in 1956, the LOVESEAT reflects Lucian Ercolani’s discerning eye for detail and features his signature blend of beauty and functionality. The LOVESEAT features a moulded timber seat and spindle back-rest, gently curved to align with the body’s natural contours and provide optimal comfort.
A romantic twist on the classic Windsor chair, the LOVESEAT by Lucian Ercolani imbues a distinct and timeless allure that is conducive to a wide assortment of modern settings. Designed in 1956, the LOVESEAT reflects Lucian Ercolani’s discerning eye for detail and features his signature blend of beauty and functionality. The LOVESEAT features a moulded timber seat and spindle back-rest, gently curved to align with the body’s natural contours and provide optimal comfort.

Benches

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Coffee & Side Tables

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Simple, elegant and timeless — the endless appeal of the PLANK TABLE can be attributed to its distinctive, mid-century exterior. Designed by Lucian Ercolani in 1956, the table’s rounded, soft-moulded edges and balanced profile transformed it into an instant household favourite.
Simple, elegant and timeless — the endless appeal of the PLANK TABLE can be attributed to its distinctive, mid-century exterior. Designed by Lucian Ercolani in 1956, the table’s rounded, soft-moulded edges and balanced profile transformed it into an instant household favourite.
Simple, elegant and timeless — the endless appeal of the PLANK TABLE can be attributed to its distinctive, mid-century exterior. Designed by Lucian Ercolani in 1956, the table’s rounded, soft-moulded edges and balanced profile transformed it into an instant household favourite.

Tables & Desks

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Cabinets

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Lounge Chairs

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Sofas

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a wooden chair sitting in the middle of a room next to a black counter top
Utility Chair
a white chair sitting on top of a gray floor
Utility Chair
a white chair sitting in front of a black wall
Utility Chair
a wooden chair sitting in the middle of a room next to an open white door
Utility Armchair
a dining room table and chairs in front of a painting on the wall with red lamps
Utility Counter Stool
The UTILITY COUNTER STOOL (1956) was originally custom-built as seating for L.Ercolani’s team of designers when sketching in the factory. A classic characteristic of traditional Windsor craftsmanship, the UTILITY COUNTER STOOL features tapered, outward-facing legs and a moulded ash seat that accentuates the stool’s agile build. Additionally, the UTILITY COUNTER STOOL boasts the iconic Windsor joint — a trademark detail found in many of Lucian Ercolani’s early works.
a table with chairs and a lamp hanging from it's ceiling in a room
Utility Highback Chair
A celebrated classic, the UTILITY HIGHBACK CHAIR encapsulates the pared-back simplicity of Lucian Ercolani’s formative work, inspired by the purity of Windsor-style furniture. Equally well-received today as it was in 1945, the welcoming form of the UTILITY HIGHBACK CHAIR has the power to elevate the atmosphere and occasion of everyday dining rituals.
an overhead view of a kitchen with stools and counter tops in the center, along with two bar stools on either side
Utility Highback Armchair
Built to inspire comfort and connection, the UTILITY HIGHBACK ARMCHAIR is a time-honoured collector’s piece for all walks of life. A celebrated classic, the UTILITY HIGHBACK ARMCHAIR encapsulates the pared-back simplicity of Lucian Ercolani’s formative work, inspired by the purity of Windsor-style furniture. Equally well-received today as it was in 1945, the welcoming form of the UTILITY HIGHBACK ARMCHAIR has the power to elevate the atmosphere and occasion of everyday dining rituals.
two stools sitting in front of a counter with a potted plant on it
Utility Bar Stool
The UTILITY BAR STOOL (1956) was originally custom-built as seating for L.Ercolani’s team of designers when sketching in the factory. A classic characteristic of traditional Windsor craftsmanship, the UTILITY BAR STOOL features tapered, outward-facing legs and a moulded ash seat that accentuates the stool’s agile build. Additionally, the UTILITY BAR STOOL boasts the iconic Windsor wedge & tenon joint — a trademark detail found in many of Lucian Ercolani’s early works.
a white stool sitting in front of a counter top next to a coffee pot and cup
Utility Bar Stool
The UTILITY BAR STOOL (1956) was originally custom-built as seating for L.Ercolani’s team of designers when sketching in the factory. A classic characteristic of traditional Windsor craftsmanship, the UTILITY BAR STOOL features tapered, outward-facing legs and a moulded ash seat that accentuates the stool’s agile build. Additionally, the UTILITY BAR STOOL boasts the iconic Windsor wedge & tenon joint — a trademark detail found in many of Lucian Ercolani’s early works.
an overhead view of a kitchen with stools and counter tops in the center, along with two bar stools on either side
Utility Bar Stool
The UTILITY BAR STOOL (1956) was originally custom-built as seating for L.Ercolani’s team of designers when sketching in the factory. A classic characteristic of traditional Windsor craftsmanship, the UTILITY BAR STOOL features tapered, outward-facing legs and a moulded ash seat that accentuates the stool’s agile build. Additionally, the UTILITY BAR STOOL boasts the iconic Windsor wedge & tenon joint — a trademark detail found in many of Lucian Ercolani’s early works.