Cast from resin, the Macao Seat was used extensively in Duquette's installations. Duquette loved the versatility of the design, which easily adapted from seating to a table wherever needed. He painted them in brilliant coral or stark white for just a pop of color. The drum-shaped form has a solid top above a scalloped apron supported by four vertical members that carry to the lower base. A scrolled latticework design decorates the open sides. The stool is raised on small bun feet. Keeping true to the original, Baker chose Coral or Pearl Lacquer to complete the piece. Circa 1960.