The Tam Tam stool by Habitat was created by French designer Henry Massonnet in 1968. The hourglass-shaped plastic stool was originally used as a portable seat and was quickly embraced by sport fishing enthusiasts in particular. This stool has achieved enduring popularity and been displayed at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
The graceful and compact Tam Tam stool serves equally well as a side table or extra seat, especially in small spaces.
The stool is made in France of 100% polypropylene.