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  1. Bertoia Barstool
    Design Harry Bertoia (1952)
    Design Harry Bertoia Design year 1952
    The Bertoia Barstool is part of Harry Bertoia's iconic 1952 wire collection, an astounding study in space, form and function by one of the master sculptors of the last century.
  2. BUTTERFLY STOOL
    Design Sori Yanagi (1954)
    Design Sori Yanagi Design year 1954
    In a totally unique way The Butterfly Stool blends Eastern shapes with the technique developed by Charles and Ray Eames of shaping plywood. The gently curved silhouette is reminiscent of the wings of a butterfly. The Butterfly Stool comes in two sizes designed by Sori Yanagi, and there is also a matching cushion.
  3. Cherner stool metal base
    Design Norman Cherner (1958)
    Design Norman Cherner Design year 1958
    The 1958 molded plywood stools by Norman Cherner have been seen in some high places. Available in counter or bar height with a wood or metal base. The seat is made of laminated plywood of graduated thickness, from 15 plys to 5 plys at the perimeter of the shell. Reissued in exacting detail from the original drawings and molds. Strong and lightweight
  4. Cherner stool wood base
    Design Norman Cherner (1958)
    Design Norman Cherner Design year 1958
    The 1958 molded plywood stools by Norman Cherner have been seen in some high places. Available in counter or bar height with a wood or metal base. The seat is made of laminated plywood of graduated thickness, from 15 plys to 5 plys at the perimeter of the shell. Reissued in exacting detail from the original drawings and molds. Strong and lightweight
  5. CONTAINER STOOL
    Design Marcel Wanders (2004)
    Design Marcel Wanders Design year 2004
    The little stool with big possibilities. A great addition to any seating concept especially the container table system.
  6. Daddy Longlegs
    Design Martin Solem (2013)
    Design Martin Solem Design year 2013
    A product that finds its place in many locations, with a good, high-quality design that’s reassuring and with clean lines and warm materials. A piece that will never go out of style. To obtain all this, Martin Solem focussed on a simple, but elegant shape. Seat and footrest at different heights, available in bleached ash, stained black or wenge. In the bleached ash version, the seat can also be dyed China blue or white aniline.
  7. Gubi 3 Stool
    Design Komplot
    Design Komplot
    The Gubi stool series is based on the innovative moulding technique using 3D veneer, however the new and light injection moulded Hirek shell is also available for the stool. The Hirek material makes it suitable for outdoor use. The range of bases includes a steel sledge base in three heights, a wooden sledge base and a swivel base with foot ring in steel.
  8. HI PAD STOOL
    Design Jasper Morrison
    Design Jasper Morrison
    Stool in three heights with plywood and multi-density polyurethane foam seat. Fixed cover in fabric or leather. Satin stainless steel legs, polypropylene feet.
  9. InOut 28
    Design Paola Navone
    Design Paola Navone
    Stool in glossy brushed aluminium, transparent lacquered, for indoor use. Stool in aluminium, coated for outdoors, available in white.
  10. Kya stool
    Design Neuland, Paster & Geldmacher
    Design Neuland, Paster & Geldmacher
    The saddle served as inspiration for bar stool Kya. You can sit on Kya normally, or you can sit on it like a saddle. It therefore enables the user to change positions and to play around with the different possibilities. The individual leather sections are connected by means of plain but distinctive double stitching which gives the bar stool its characteristic saddle-look. The vibrancy of the material and the artisan workmanship involved in creating the stool give Kya its special charm. And this charm, in turn, creates a warm and friendly atmosphere – whether at the hotel bar, in an urban club or in a modern home.
  11. Leya barstool
    Design Birgit Hoffmann & Christoph Kahleyss
    Design Birgit Hoffmann & Christoph Kahleyss
    Birgit Hoffman and Christoph Kahleyss design put the barstool back on the map. It´s the end of an era of uncomfortable barstools just used to have a quick seat. The elegant, firmly upholstered outer shell reveals its heavenly soft . Fabric and color do the rest to make this Leya model not just a unique designer piece but giving the barstool a new meaning in the world of seating furniture.
  12. Mater Stool
    Design Space
    Design Space
    A high stool / low stool for occasional use, handcrafted in dark stained oak with a black leather seat. these pieces are produced in a small indian carpentry in the jaipur province, india.
  13. Nerd Bar Stool
    Design David Geckeler
    Design David Geckeler
    The Danish simplicity and the iconic expression is combined with a classic perception of a solid barstool. The shape of Nerd barstool invites the user to sit on the stool from several angles, helped by the soft, curvy plywood shell. The low backrest of the barstool gives a pleasant support and comfort
  14. Platner Stool
    Design Warren Platner
    Design Warren Platner
    In the 1960s, Warren Platner transformed steel wire into a sculptural furniture collection, creating what is now considered a design icon of the modern era.
  15. ST PAUL STOOL
    Design St-Paul
    Design St-Paul
    Stool in plain oak natural
  16. Valet seated bench
    Design David Rockwell
    Design David Rockwell
    BRAND NEW PRODUCT - NOW AVAILABLE FOR ORDER Rockwell Group took inspiration for the collection, part of Stellar Works’ Collaboration series, from the roots of the word “valet,” but reinterpreted it for the 21st century – this crafted, unique furniture accommodates the narrative of our lives today. From lounge seating to customizable shelving, each of the 14 pieces in the collection has a streamlined functionality – luxurious embellishments, from leather cords to matte brass hardware, double as subtle tools for living well. Grouped together in endless combinations, the pieces help create natural transitions in the home or hospitality setting, from entry, to work, to play.
  17. Viggo Bar Stool
    Design ShapingYourDay (2013)
    Design ShapingYourDay Design year 2013
    The Viggo bar stool is a classic bar stool with many sublime details in exquisite (sought-out) (different) materials. The wooden leg construction melts together with the round seat and ensures a great stability and timeless look. An upholstered seat combined with a low brass circle for your feed, provide excellent seating comfort. The Viggo bar stool comes in two seating heights, 64 cm or 76 cm.
  18. Visu Barstool
    Design Mika Tolvanen
    Design Mika Tolvanen
    The Visu Bar Stool is a natural continuation of the Visu chair. The idea was to create a simple and elegant stool with great seating comfort, supported by a discrete footrest. The proportions of the chair are exactly right, and the chair is able to combine small elegant curves with longer straight lines in the quest of becoming an ever-relevant furniture