Structure in black aniline. Seat in Vegetal leather.
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|Dimensions||44 × 38 × 80 cm|
Unit - (Width x Depth x Height) | Round - (Diameter = Width x Height)
Design: Formstelle in cooperation with Rex Kralj
Made in Germany
• Frame four legs in wood American walnut H82 Seat height 70 cm
With the elegant and extremely adaptable Rolf Benz 650 range of chairs, form and function go hand in hand. This is literally true because the design is inspired by two intertwined hands. The beautiful wood shells made from either oak or walnut ensure maximum seating comfort, resting either dynamically on a frame in the same wood versions with oval feet, or on a slightly angular steel tube underframe, whichever the customer prefers.
Design: Sebastian Desch
Made in Austria
• Upholstery in L1 leather 41575 medium grey
• Piping in L1 leather antique white 70230
• Frame in walnut wood
A fresh, exciting design language and traditional craftsmanship go hand in hand with the new bar stool ark. Young and dynamic – this classic four-legged model impresses with its highly unique silhouette and a carefully thought out design concept.
Almost floating, the upholstered seat shell, which intentionally contrasts against the frame, adds an element of soothing levity. In addition, the backrest available in two heights provides the seating comfort of a chair without giving up the advantages of a bar stool. Visible mortise and tenon joints of frame construction lavishly highlight the complete mastery of craftsmanship. In particular, the slightly outward flared legs keep ark in an elastic suspense and allow the elaborate construction in multi-faceted cross-sections to come to the fore in an impressive fashion.
Made in Italy
• Structure in black
• Seat in PBT black
• Seat height 66cm
Research in the field of design is constantly driven by new shapes, technologies and materials. The BCN stool is the result of one of these explorations, carried out in collaboration with the designer Harry-Paul It all started with a shape, an ergonomic and sinuous seat, followed by choosing a technology and a material that are uncommon in the furniture sector: PBT, a plastic that is both strong and flexible.