January 2022

Posts tagged as 'barstool'

Fri 14.9.

‘SEPTEMBER’ bar stool by Mikhail Barashkov for Nikari (FI)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 14.09.2012 - Tagged as: , , , ,

‘SEPTEMBER’ bar stool by Mikhail Barashkov for Nikari; photo by Chikako Harada

Continuing Nikari‘s year-long DESIGNS FOR NATURE project, the renowned Finnish wood manufacturer has just released the latest, ninth product from the series called ‘SEPTEMBER’. Designed by the Russian architect and designer Mikhail Barashkov, the understated bar stool is composed of a number of solid elm wood strips which form both the seat as well as the backrest of this elegant and simple design. (more…)

Wed 28.3.

‘Hoc’ stool by Jehs + Laub for Brunner (DE)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 28.03.2012 - Tagged as: , , , ,

'Hoc' stool by Jehs + Laub for Brunner

An updated, modern reinterpretation of the archetypal, simple stool, ‘Hoc’ is the latest design created by the Stuttgart-based design duo Jehs + Laub. Originally developed for the US manufacturer Davis Furniture, ‘Hoc’ has recently been released in Europe by Brunner. Made of plywood and composed of three identical parts, the streamlined design is available in two heights. (more…)

Mon 26.3.

‘JL Faber’ collection by Julian Löhr for Loehr (DE)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 26.03.2012 - Tagged as: , , , , , ,

Detail view of the 'JL 3 Faber' bistro table by Loehr; photo by Stefan Höderath

Established only few months ago, in December 2011, Loehr is a Hamburg-based family-run brand specialiasing in design and development, manufacture and distribution of premium furniture made from natural materials. As part of their first collection, Loehr has unveiled this series of ‘JL Faber’ stools and tables designed by Julian Löhr during this year’s edition of imm cologne fair. Developed in solid oak, ‘JL Faber’ encompasses four products: a stool, bar stool, and a side and bistro tables. Characterised by a clean, geometric form of the three-legged base reminiscent of the ‘traditional half-timbered houses of northern Europe’, the ‘JL Faber’ collection is available in natural oak or stained in five colours. (more…)

Joe Colombo's 'Birillo Stool' for Zanotta, first launched in 1971, celebrates its 40th anniversary

There’s nothing like celebrating the anniversary of a design classic to make you feel old.

It’s 40 years since future-gazing Italian design legend Joe Colombo’s ‘Birillo Stool’ for Zanotta was first launched. Having made an appearance along the way in Ridley Scott’s 1982 dystopyian film masterpiece ‘Blade Runner’, the piece, with its pop-aesthetic-meets-the-language-of-the-Bauhaus reinforced-plastic and fibreglass base, tubular-steel frame and leather rotating seat, is still as engaging as ever.


'Pirkka' stools by Imari Tapiovaara, now in production by Artek

On the occasion of Artek’s 75th anniversary the Finnish manufacturer, founded in 1935 by Alvar Aalto extended their collection with another range of Finnish classics – those by Ilmari Tapiovaara, a great admirer of Alvar Aalto. Artek has acquired the entire share capital of Aero Design Furniture, the company which produced the Tapiovaara pieces until now.


'Yu.Yu' barstools by Andrea Panzieri for Casprini

A chair entirely made from sheet metal – with the new barstool and the upholstered version, the Italian manufacturer Casprini brought their masterpiece ‘Yu.Yu’ by Andrea Panzieri back into spotlight. All chairs come in powder-coated finish and are available in ral colours white 9002, orange 2004, anthracite7016 tobacco 1019, 88 green 6019.


'Naoshima' by emiliana design studio, photo by syncro

The Barcelona based emiliana design studio, founded by Emili Padrós and Ana Mir recently completed this family of plywood furniture. The most sophisticated piece is the stool, which comes in three different heights. It combines four identical pieces of plywood to construct the seat. The empty spaces generated in the corners of the plywood seat make Naoshima a light and visually vibrant piece of furniture.


Stool made from recycled aluminium by Mater

With this series of stools made from recycled aluminium the Danish manufacturer Mater is participating in the fair trade workshop SUSBIZ India managed and audited by the Danish Federation of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises together with the Danish Commerce and Companies Agency. The objective of the project is to strengthen the ability of Danish companies and their Indian suppliers to create synergies between social and environmental improvements and core business.

‘High Stool’ by Signe Bindslev Henriksen and Peter Bundgaard Rützou (Space) is made from old car components and other waste and manufactured entirely by hand with the use of old traditional casting methods.


For technical support contact Alfred Giolai ‘High Stool’ recycled aluminium edition by Signe Bindslev Henriksen and Peter Bundgaard Rützou for Mater (DK)