In the early 1950's, Jean Prouvé designed various stools that he named with different numbers. The seat of Tabouret N°307 has the shape of a tractor saddle – without holes – and is reminiscent of the seats in the lecture theatre at Aix-Marseille University, which Prouvé designed around the same time. Originally made of stamped aluminium sheeting, the ergonomic seat of Tabouret N°307 is crafted from solid oak in the version produced by Vitra. The interplay between the solid wooden seat and the graceful tubular steel legs makes for a fascinating contrast. Tabouret N°307 is available in two versions: with the seat in light oak and base in Prouvé Blanc Colombe or with the seat in dark oak and base in deep black.