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  • Pre-owned Vitra Set of Five Fin Stools
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    Pre-owned Vitra Set of Five Fin Stools
    A 2002 re-issue of Isamu Noguchi's 'Rudder' stool designed in 1944. Set of five 'Fin' stools by Vitra with birch construction and polished aluminum legs.
  • Vitra - Tabouret Solvay Stool
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    Vitra - Tabouret Solvay Stool
    Vitra presented the re-edited furniture by the French designer and Architect Jean Prouvé in the fire station of Zaha Hadid on the Vitra Campus in Weil am Rhein in 2011. Nine designs of serial production were created together with the Netherlands fashion brand G-Star. Some of them were so successful, that they were included in the permanent collection of Vitra – among them is the Tabouret Solvay stool. The cooperation between both brands started because of their common passion for Jean Prouvé. The French, a great representative of classic modern design, was re-discovered, including some of his less-famous designs. This is how re-editions emerged, keeping the classic shaping of Jean, but with a fresh and contemporaneous look and touch. Tabouret Solvay is a simple, robust stool out of massive wood, which instantly displays Prouvé’s influence: Jean Prouvé developed it according to his typical way of seeing things constructively. Thanks to his flat seat, the Tabouret Solvay can also be used as side table. The designer’s piece consists of massive oak wood, which has been treated with oil, while the steel connections make up an exciting contrast to the wood. Also in our blog: Vitra-Novelties of the Milan Furniture Fair 2013
  • Vitra - Soft Pad Stool EA 223
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    Vitra - Soft Pad Stool EA 223
    The Vitra Soft Pad EA 223 stool is similar to the Aluminium Chairs regarding form and construction. With the sewed leather cushions it has additional comfort and develops an interesting contrast to the slim aluminium profile. This is how the Soft Pad stool is soft and bulky without losing transparence and clearness. Charles and Ray Eames designed the Soft Pad EA 223 stool already in the year 1969, and it hasn’t lost any of its conciseness till today. Much more than that, it became an icon. Whether combined with the EA 222, the Aluminium Chair or alone – the Soft Pad EA 223 stool is a statement. The sides profile, tension clamp and feet of the classic consist of chromed aluminium dye casting. The cover of the Vitra Soft Pad EA 223 stool is made out of high quality black leather. Vitra manufactures the Soft Pad program since decades in unchanged high quality. More details: Stool, not rotatable, with cushion suiting the lounge EA 222. 4-Star foot with pads for carpets or also felt pads for hard grounds.
  • Vitra - Stool - Cork Family
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    Vitra - Stool - Cork Family
    Light Stool by Jasper Morrison Jasper Morrison is considered to be one of the most influential designers of the present. The furniture and products by the Briton are famous for their particularly simple design. The eco-friendly thinking of the designer is considerably expressed itself in the choice the product material. The models of the Cork Family are made of pressed and tailored recycled wine corks. The variants of the Cork Family can universally be used as either stool or side table. Due to the natural material cork, the cork siblings are extremely sturdy but still comparatively lightweight. Also in our blog: Ethno Style Trend – Artisanal Design in the Home Blog portrait: ICH DESIGNER - design meets craft
  • Vitra - Visiona Stool
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    Vitra - Visiona Stool
    The Visiona expositions which are presented in the event of the Cologne Furniture Fair, embossed furniture design of the future when they started to be presented in the end of the 1960s. 1970 Was the year when the design legend Verner Panton created the Visiona Stool for his remarkable living landscape on the eponymous exposition. Flexibility was very important then as well as it is today, that’s the reason why the compact Visiona Stool is suitable for different purposes. Verner Panton’s Visiona Stool is a practical and comfortable cushioned sea, which is useful in many different ways. The different tones make up colourful accents, while the Vision Stool appears in opaque colours suiting harmonically in homely rooms. The stool by Vitra suits different purposes because of the clear and quite design. The low weight of the Visiona Stool by Vitra makes it easy to move it and to use it flexibly when it is needed. The geometrical shape of the stool by Verner Panton makes the piece of furniture useful as side table as well. The robust coating of the Vitra Visiona Stool is fixed on the base with a rubber band, so that it is removable and cleaned easily if needed. Vitra produces the Visiona Stool out of polyurethane foam with polystyrene and polyester cotton wool. The base of the 2012 re-edited stool is made of an MDF board and equipped with felt pads. Also in our blog: "Visiona 2 - Revisiting the Future“ in the Vitra Design Museum
  • Vitra - Wiggle Stool
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    Vitra - Wiggle Stool
    Light stool made of corrugated cardboard The stool Wiggle by Vitra is a typical design object of the architect Frank O. Gehry. Like the wavy Wiggle Side Chair, the eponymous stool is made of light and yet sturdy corrugated cardboard. Thus, the stool is not only a flexible seating that can be is easily adjusted, but also a special design object with natural charm. Furniture made of cardboard Gehry got the idea to make seating furniture out of cardboard overlooking his architectural models: "One day I look in my office at a pile of corrugated cardboard, the material I normally used to make architecture models of, and I began to experiment with it, to stick it together and to cut it into shape with a hand saw and a penknife." Contrary to the slight impression of the stool, it is particularly stable due to its special construction and wavy shape. Also in our blog: Ethno Style Trend – Artisanal Design in the Home
  • Vitra - Butterfly Stool
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    Vitra - Butterfly Stool
    The Butterfly Stool by Vitra connects eastern forms with the Charles & Ray Eames technique of processing plywood, on a unique way. The Japanese designer Sori Yanagi already designed the Butterfly Stool in the year 1954. The softly swung silhouette of both seats of the Butterfly Stool reminds of the wings of a butterfly, that is the reason why it has its name. Vitra manufactures the Butterfly Stool out of lacquered form-plywood in different editions. The fittings consist of brass. The Butterfly Stool is in the collection of the Vitra Design Museum. Also in our blog: Utopia: Vitra becomes Changemarker
  • Vitra - Tabouret Haut Barstool
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    Vitra - Tabouret Haut Barstool
    Barstool made of solid oak In 1942, the designer Jean Prouvé created the seating furniture, which can be regarded as the embodiment of traditional bar stools. Made of solid oak, the Vitra stool inspires with high-quality materials and a timeless design language. Wooden barstool with footrest When designing the Taboutet Haut Barstool, Jean Prouvé drew on a traditional type of bar stool that is still in common use today: A thin round seat resting on top of four long, canted legs. A ring is mounted to the inside of the legs at about a third of their height from the floor, increasing the rigidity of the construction and also serving as a comfortable footrest. Prouvé’s interpretation of this classic type is distinguished by its simple, unpretentious appearance, lucid construction and harmonious proportions. Material & colour Vitra manufactures the Prouvé-typical, tapered legs and the seat of the Tabouret barstool in solid oak wood. The stool is available in two variants: In natural wood or in stained dark wood. The footrest consists of powder-coated steel, also Prouvé-typically making an aesthetic virtue out of a necessary part of the construction.
  • Vitra - Hal Ply Stool Medium
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    Vitra - Hal Ply Stool Medium
    “Hello, my name is HAL”, is what the onboard computer said in the space shuttle Discovery. As intelligent being, HAL is emphatic and recognizes people’s will. The British designer Jasper Morrison made the Supercomputer out of Stanley Kubrick’s classic “2001: A Space Odyssey” the name-giver of his chair with an eyewink. As well as its cineaste idol, HAL is characterized by his helpful soul. But not as his name-giver of the film, the humans will remain protected and safe in this case. The chair is prepared for new situations flexibly and recognizes new demands, in order to react carefully. “Usually, special is less usable than normal”, said Jasper Morrison about a design that isn’t extraordinary, but “supernormal”, displayed in the HAL, integrating in the rules of every day- The seat of the chair allows the most different seating positions, offers movement to the user as well as high comfort, and supports the dynamism of seating as well as a friendly helper. The HAL Ply Stool Medium is a bar stool with high seat height, chrome plated four-feet-steel-tube frame and non-slippery footrest. The plywood seat is available in different wood sorts: Bright oak, dark oak and walnut- black pigmented. The bar stool HAL Ply Stool High by Vitra is delivered with synthetic pads for carpet grounds but also available with felt pads for hard grounds. Also in our blog: Novelties from Vitra on the Milan Furniture Fair
  • Vitra - Hal Ply Stool High
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    Vitra - Hal Ply Stool High
    “Hello, my name is HAL”, is what the onboard computer said in the space shuttle Discovery. As intelligent being, HAL is emphatic and recognizes people’s will. The British designer Jasper Morrison made the Supercomputer out of Stanley Kubrick’s classic “2001: A Space Odyssey” the name-giver of his chair with an eyewink. As well as its cineaste idol, HAL is characterized by his helpful soul. But not as his name-giver of the film, the humans will remain protected and safe in this case. The chair is prepared for new situations flexibly and recognizes new demands, in order to react carefully. “Usually, special is less usable than normal”, said Jasper Morrison about a design that isn’t extraordinary, but “supernormal”, displayed in the HAL, integrating in the rules of every day- The seat of the chair allows the most different seating positions, offers movement to the user as well as high comfort, and supports the dynamism of seating as well as a friendly helper. The HAL Ply Stool High is a bar stool with high seat height, chrome plated four-feet-steel-tube frame and non-slippery footrest. The plywood seat is available in different wood sorts: Bright oak, dark oak and walnut- black pigmented. The bar stool HAL Ply Stool High by Vitra is available with synthetic pads for carpet grounds or with felt pads for hard grounds. Moreover there is also a smaller edition: The HAL Ply Stool Medium. Also in our blog: Novelties from Vitra on the Milan Furniture Fair
  • Vitra - Nelson Perch Stool
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    Vitra - Nelson Perch Stool
    The Nelson Perch stool from Vitra is the ideal solution for a working position between standing and sitting. Also at informational conferences the Vitra stool offers help and support while standing. The Nelson Perch stool is height adjustable; this ensures the optimal sitting height at the workplace. The armrest and the feet positioning ring enable a comfortable posture. George Nelson originally designed the Nelson Perch stool in the year 1964. The re-edition of the stool now named “small horse” is connected to the rising of office and work concepts, where working in a standing position gained importance against the sitting variant. For these changed demands, Nelson Perch comes to be the ideal solution. The seat and armrest upholstering of the stool are leather-cushioned. The stand tube consists of round steel and is powder coated. The 5-star under-frame consists of aluminium die casting and is chromed. Reverse braked rolls are used at the Nelson Perch, because they block automatically when they are charged, otherwise they are naturally mobile. Slip-resistant mounting aid is enabled by a chromed foot rest made of steel with a rough surface.
  • Vitra Visiona Stool
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    Vitra Visiona Stool
    In 1970, Verner Panton designed the Vitra Visiona Stool as part of the interior installation for his Visiona exhibition in Cologne. Compact, colorful and comfortable, the stool can be used to add a foot rest, supplemental seating and a vibrant pop to any room in the home. Available in a wide range of fabric upholstery options.
  • Vitra Home Eames Winter Edition Elephant Stool
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    Vitra Home Eames Winter Edition Elephant Stool
    Limited edition. Height: 41.5cm Width: 78.5cm Depth: 41cm. Designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1945. Dyed-through polypropylene. Matte finish
  • Vitra - Elephant Stool
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    Vitra - Elephant Stool
    The Elephant Stool is one of the most famous post-war Japanese designs and is still as convincing as ever with its clear formal idiom and great functionality. Suitable for indoors, balconies and gardens, the stacking stool can even be used as an easy-to-transport picnic stool. More details: Design: Sori Yanagi , 1954. Material: Coloured polypropylen. Measurements: H 370 × W 510 × D 465 mm. Also in our blog: Utopia: Vitra becomes Changemarker
  • Vitra - Hal bar stool
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    Vitra - Hal bar stool
    With the Hal bar stool, the designer Jasper Morrison reinterpreted the multifunctional shell chair and elevated it to a higher level. The bar stool is available in two sizes and possesses a clear, contemporaneous expression. The bar stool is part of the Hal collection that Jasper Morrison developed for Vitra. The chairs of this collection all have the sitting shell in common. This one offers a lot of elbowroom and the slightly yielding plastic allows every kind of sitting position – also sideward’s and astride. This is how Hal encourages a dynamic and ergonomic sitting. The bar stool Hal from Vitra is multifunctional usable and finds a place in private, as well as in public areas, without any problems. The versatile available colours of the sitting shell enable a perfect introduction of the stool in every furnishing. The under frame of the stool consists of chromed steel-tube, the sitting shell of coloured polypropylene. The high bar stool Hal possesses special slip resistance on its footrest which avoids slipping feet. Also in our blog: Functional Minimalism - Create More Space!
  • Vitra 'Butterfly' stool
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    Vitra 'Butterfly' stool
    'Butterfly' stool in Palissander from Vitra 2015 In living colour collection.
  • Vitra Zeb Stool
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    Vitra Zeb Stool
    Design by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby.By Vitra. Designed to fulfill the specific purpose of a bar stool, every individual component of the Zeb Bar Stool is precisely developed in the best quality for its designated function. All of its parts — seat and swivel mount made of die-cast aluminum, powder-coated column sleeve, chrome-plated gas spring, footrest and base plate — are precisely coordinated down to the smallest details. The bar stool has a height-adjustable swivel seat and is available with a variety of seat styles. The sleeve of the column is also available in several colors for an even more customized look.
  • Vitra Cork Family Stool - Model C
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    Vitra Cork Family Stool - Model C
    Iconic Jasper Morrison cork stools by Vitra in 3 styles, model A, Model B or Model C. Made from natural lightweight cork they are robust and durable with a pleasant soft feel. Use either as stools or small tables to accessorise your home interior. Why not combine with the butterfly stool to create stylish eclectic room settings.
  • Vitra 'Butterfly' stool
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    Vitra 'Butterfly' stool
    'Butterfly' stool in Maple from Vitra 2015 In living colour collection.
  • Vitra Tabouret Haut Stool
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    Vitra Tabouret Haut Stool
    Inspired by the archetypal bar stool, the Vitra Tabouret Haut Stool has a smooth, round oak seat atop four solid oak legs. The chromed tubular footrest gives feet a place to rest, adds a bit of bling and keeps the canted legs strong and stable. Originally designed in 1942 by Jean Prouve.
  • Vitra Home Eames Elephant Stool
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    Vitra Home Eames Elephant Stool
    Height: 41.5cm Width: 78.5cm Depth: 41cm. Designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1945. Dyed-through polypropylene. Matte finish
  • Vitra Tabouret Solvay Stool
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    Vitra Tabouret Solvay Stool
    Design by Verner Panton, 1970.By Vitra.Whether used as a modern side table or low stool, the Tabouret Solvay is a sturdy and compelling furniture piece. Made of solid wood, the modern stool possesses four legs which extend at angle for optimal balance. For added support, the wooden legs are securely attached to each other with sheet steel, which also adds a bold contrasting design element to the solid wood structure. The Tabouret Solvay is a versatile piece sure to compliment a wide range of modern home interiors.
  • Vitra Miniature Butterfly Stool
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    Vitra Miniature Butterfly Stool
    Designed by Sori Yanagi in 1954, the Butterfly Stool has an unusual, fluid form made possible by utilizing the bent plywood technique created by Charles and Ray Eames. Unusual too is its construction: two identical pieces connected by a brass rod. The resulting shape is evocative of torii (gates) to Shinto shrines, or a butterfly's wings. The Vitra Miniature Butterfly Stool presents the same graceful curves at 1/6th the size of the original.
  • Vitra Wiggle Stool
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    Vitra Wiggle Stool
    The Vitra Wiggle Stool is so curvaceous and soft-looking, you might never guess that it's actually made out of cardboard. Created by Frank Gehry as part of his 1972 ''Easy Edges'' series, the Wiggle Stool was engineered to take full advantage of the strength and the visual appeal of corrugated cardboard, and is finished on either side by smooth natural hardboard.
  • Vitra Butterfly Stool
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    Vitra Butterfly Stool
    Design by Sori Yanagi, 1954.By Vitra.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. Stool can support up to 125 lbs. Collection Vitra Design Museum.
  • Vitra Cone Stool
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    Vitra Cone Stool
    Clean, classic geometry makes for a cool, comfortable stool. The Vitra Cone Stool was designed by Verner Panton with a sharp conical form atop a silvery brushed stainless steel base. While cute and angular all on its own, this swiveling stool is also designed to complement any of the Cone Chairs as an ottoman or arranged around the Cone Table.
  • Vitra Visiona Stool
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    Vitra Visiona Stool
    Design by Verner Panton, 1970/2012.By Vitra.First released in 1970 by Verner Panton for his renowned Visiona exhibition in Cologne, Germany, the Visiona Stool has been reissued as a fun and practical modern solution for your seating needs. Boasting a cylindrical shape, this low stool is made of foam, creating a soft and comfortable seat. Fully upholstered, this modern piece comes in a variety of color options to create either a bold accent piece or a subtle piece ready to blend into your modern decor. The robust fabric cover is secured by an elastic band, making it easy to remove for cleaning. Whether used as primary seating or stored away until needed, this light-weight and comfortable Visiona Stool is sure to fit you seating and design needs.Product Features: Light-weight for easy moving or rearranging Removable fabric cover for easy cleaning Elastic band securely holds seat cover to stool
  • Vitra Hocker Stool
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    Vitra Hocker Stool
    The Vitra Hocker Stool is a petite yet eye-catching graphic stool/side table. Made out of solid birch wood, it has a rounded-looking profile that is actually carved down on two sides to near flatness. The sharp, chess piece-like detailing and solidity of Hocker are details reminiscent of the Eames Stool. Designed by Herzog & de Meuron.
  • Vitra Hal Barstool
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    Vitra Hal Barstool
    Design by Jasper Morrison, 2014.By Vitra.A minimal aesthetic defines the HAL Barstool. A simple footrest and a sleek lever for adjusting the height maintain HAL's simple, clean aesthetic while providing the functionality needed to sit comfortably. The shape of the seat shell provides great freedom of movement in a variety of sitting positions — even sideways. HAL is GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified.
  • Vitra Zeb Leather Stool
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    Vitra Zeb Leather Stool
    Vitra Zeb Leather Stool
  • Vitra Butterfly Stool
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    Vitra Butterfly Stool
    The Vitra Butterfly Stool was originally designed by Sori Yanagi in 1954, with Eastern shapes formed via the plywood bending methods employed by Ray and Charles Eames. The resulting gentle curves are evocative of a butterfly's fluttering wings. Available in Maple or Rosewood plywood, both with brass fittings.
  • Vitra Miniature Eames Stool
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    Vitra Miniature Eames Stool
    In 1960, Charles and Ray Eames designed a range of three solid wood stools to help furnish the interior of the Time Life Building in NYC. Inspired by an African stool they had in their home, these distinctive stools were lathe-turned for even detailing and were conceived as side tables as well as seating. The petite Miniature Eames Stool is also lathe-turned, and is available in the same three model types.
  • Vitra Hal Ply Barstool
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    Vitra Hal Ply Barstool
    Design by Jasper Morrison, 2014.By Vitra.Add simple and clean lines to the kitchen counter or bar area with the HAL Ply Barstool. With a minimal aesthetic, HAL offers simple footrest and a sleek lever for adjusting the height. The shape of the seat shell provides great freedom of movement in a variety of sitting positions — even sideways. HAL is GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified.
  • Vitra HAL Stool
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    Vitra HAL Stool
    Casual modern style and comfortable seating for the counter or bar. Designed by Jasper Morrison, the Vitra HAL Stool features the signature curved seat of polypropylene atop a tall yet stable base of chromed tubular steel. Choose between an array of seat color and height options.
  • Vitra Elephant Stool
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    Vitra Elephant Stool
    Originally created in 1954, the Vitra Elephant Stool by Sori Yanagi is one of the best-known post-war Japanese designs. The sturdy three-legged design and rounded contours indeed suggest a pachyderm's form. Stable, stackable and supremely portable, the Elephant Stool has proven to be a particular favorite of anyone who wants to reach new heights.
  • Vitra HAL Ply Stool
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    Vitra HAL Ply Stool
    Add some natural warmth and comfort to your kitchen or dining room with the Vitra HAL Ply Stool. Atop a tall, strong and stable chromed tubular steel base sits an ergonomically molded plywood veneer seat. Available with choice of size, seat color and more. Designed by Jasper Morrison.
  • Vitra Zeb Soft Stool
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    Vitra Zeb Soft Stool
    Vitra Zeb Soft Stool
  • Vitra Tabouret Solvay
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    Vitra Tabouret Solvay
    With its angular solid wood legs, the Vitra Tabouret Solvay reveals itself to be a signature Jean Prouve design. The available wood finishes are oiled to bring out the distinctive tones and grain of each. All of the wood components are complemented and connected by Black powder-coated sheet steel. Suitable for use as either a side table or stool.
  • Vitra Zeb Wood Stool
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    Vitra Zeb Wood Stool
    With ease, the Vitra Zeb Wood Stool swivels, rises and lowers--and adds rustic industrial glamour to a space. It pairs a solid wood seat with a slick die-cast aluminum column and base. Customize to your space by mixing and matching the color options of the seat with the powder coated or chromed finishes available for the central column.
  • Vitra Butterfly Stool Maple
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    Vitra Butterfly Stool Maple
    In a unique way the Butterfly Stool combines eastern shapes with the technique of shaping plywood Charles and Ray Eames developed. The gently curved silhouette of the two seat shells is reminiscent of a butterfly's wings.
  • Vitra Butterfly Stool Palisander
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    Vitra Butterfly Stool Palisander
    In a unique way the Butterfly Stool combines eastern shapes with the technique of shaping plywood Charles and Ray Eames developed. The gently curved silhouette of the two seat shells is reminiscent of a butterfly's wings.
  • Vitra Charles & Ray Eames EA 223 Stool - Snow Chromed
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    Vitra Charles & Ray Eames EA 223 Stool - Snow Chromed
    The Vitra EA 223 leather stool from the soft pad group designed by Charles & Ray Eames makes for an interesting contrast with its stitched leather upholstery, slim aluminium profile and comfortable seat pad which looks great in study areas. Vitra also grants a 30-year guarantee on all chairs from the Soft Pad Group.? This stylish stool also can be complimented with a matching adjustable chair EA 222.. Available in a range of colours of leather finish and two choices of base finish, polished or chromed.. Click here to view the range of leathers available.
  • Vitra Hal Ply Stool High
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    Vitra Hal Ply Stool High
    Design by Jasper Morrison, 2012.By Vitra. A reinterpretation of the multifunctional shell seat, Jasper Morrison's HAL series features a distinctly modern appearance. The shape of HAL's shell ensures freedom of movement with many different sitting positions possible — even sideways and astride the chair. Because of this, HAL facilitates dynamic, ergonomic seating. "Special is generally less useful than normal" is Jasper Morrison's guiding principle for a design that is not extraordinary, but rather 'supernormal' in appearance and defers to the laws that govern daily life. The HAL Ply Stool High's molded plywood seat sits 31.5" off the floor, making it ideal for using at bar-height counters and tall work tables. It features a four-legged base in chromed tubular steel, paired with a choice of wood finishes for a beautiful contrast of material and color.
  • Vitra Cone Stool
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    Vitra Cone Stool
    Design by Verner Panton, 1958.By Vitra. The Cone Stool extends the formal language of the Cone Chair, presenting the classic geometric figure in its purest form. The pointed base of the stool's cone-shape is mounted on a brushed stainless steel cruciform foot.Though designed as a companion to the Cone Chair, the Cone Stool is equally compelling in its own right, with a loose cushion atop the fabric covered frame. Available in a wide range of fabric colors.
  • Vitra Tabouret Haut Stool
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    Vitra Tabouret Haut Stool
    Design by Jean Prouvé, 1942.By Vitra. For the design of the Tabouret Haut, Jean Prouvé drew on a traditional type of bar stool that is still in common use today — a round seat disc resting on top of four long, canted legs. A ring of tubular steel is mounted to the inside of the solid oak legs at about a third of their height from the floor, increasing the rigidity of the construction and also serving as a comfortable footrest with anti-skid surface. The Tabouret Haut Stool is distinguished by its simple, unpretentious appearance, lucid construction, and harmonious proportions.
  • Vitra Hal Stool High
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    Vitra Hal Stool High
    Design by Jasper Morrison, 2010.By Vitra.HAL is Jasper Morrison's fresh take on the multifunctional shell chair, offering a simplified contemporary molded seat in several configurations and colors. The shape of HAL's shell ensures plenty of freedom of movement and the slightly flexible polypropylene makes many different sitting positions possible. Because of this, HAL facilitates dynamic, ergonomic seating - a refreshing feature for bar and counter stools. HAL Stool High's modern molded polypropylene seat sits 30.75" off the floor, making it ideal for using at bar-height counters and tall work tables. It features a four-legged base in Chromed tubular steel, paired with a choice of eight shell colors for a beautiful contrast of material and color.Select from eight seat shell colors, then select carpet or hard floor glides.
  • Vitra Cork Stools
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    Vitra Cork Stools
    Design by Jasper Morrison, 2004.By Vitra.Three small friends, robustly built, stable, individual in character and lovable in appearance. That's the Cork Family. Whether as side-tables or as stools, the three different brothers benefit from the advantageous properties of the natural material: cork. It is comparatively light, enormously tough and has a pleasant soft feel.
  • Vitra Hocker Stool
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    Vitra Hocker Stool
    Design by Herzog de Meuron, 2005.By Vitra.With its intuitive and equally self-evident shape "Hocker" represents fundamental aspects of the conceptual style of work of Herzog & de Meuron. It forms part of a series of additional objects and installations that accompany the architectural design work of the Basle architects as independent projects. Use Hocker as a stool or side table to meet your multifunctional needs.
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