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Dujo
2004
Backless bench, stool
Nataniel Fuster

(1) Reinforced cast Stone, Grey, Smooth acid-etched and waterproofed. / Anchored with screws / 250 Kg., 140 Kg.
The DIJO TABURETE and BANQUETA models were inspired by the ceremonial seats used by Taíno Indians. Known as DUJOS, they were normally used by tribal caciques (heads) and sorcerers living in the Greater Antilles, from Cuba to Puerto Rico, long before the first Europeans reached America. They were low seats, carved in stone or wood, with a curved surface used as a backrest in some cases. DUJO was originally designed for the Laguna del Condado Park project in Puerto Rico by Davis Fuster Architect...+ read more
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