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  • Vitra HAL 25.5" Bar Stool
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    Vitra HAL 25.5" Bar Stool
    Stylish and versatile, the Vitra HAL Stool is a great choice for your interiors. It is perfect to place at your kitchen counter or at a home bar. Its distinct contemporary appearance makes it a must have addition to any modern decor. The shape of the seat ensures absolute comfort and freedom of movement. It is made of polypropylene. The low profile backrest offer added support. This sleek and trendy barstool has an armless design which allows you to sit in any desired position. The tubular steel base frame provides a sturdy platform. Featuring anti-skid footrest, the barstool stays well positioned and does not slip. Its base comes with glides for carpets or optional felt pads for hard floors to protect your floor from scratches or unwanted damage. This classy barstool can be used for either commercial or residential use. The Vitra HAL Stool is made in Germany. Features: Polypropylene seat. Base comes with glides for carpets or optional felt pads for hard floors. Tubular steel base frame. Anti-skid footrest. Seat Height: 25.5" Connector and Glides Color: Basic Dark. Hal collection. Base finish: Chrome. Made in Germany.
  • Vitra Zeb Stool Wood
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    Vitra Zeb Stool Wood
    Design Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby, 2014. Die-cast aluminum, solid oak. Made in Germany by Vitra. Bar stools are often designed as part of a family of chairs. The Zeb Stool, by contrast, was designed by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby to fulfill the specific purpose of a bar stool: every individual component 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. Thus they not only serve their individual purpose, but are joined together in an elegant, unified whole of the highest quality. The name Zeb refers to Zebedee, the twirling jack-in-the-box character from the BBC children's television series 'The Magic Roundabout'. The bar stool has a height-adjustable swivel seat. The sleeve of the column comes in various colors, and the round seat is also available in different versions: in wood or covered in leather with either thin padding or softer upholstery. 27.75" - 31.25" h | seat: 15" dia. | base: 17.75" dia.
  • Vitra Zeb Stool Soft
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    Vitra Zeb Stool Soft
    Design Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby, 2014. Die-cast aluminum, standard leather upholstered. Made in Germany by Vitra. Bar stools are often designed as part of a family of chairs. The Zeb Stool, by contrast, was designed by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby to fulfill the specific purpose of a bar stool: every individual component 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. Thus they not only serve their individual purpose, but are joined together in an elegant, unified whole of the highest quality. The name Zeb refers to Zebedee, the twirling jack-in-the-box character from the BBC children's television series 'The Magic Roundabout'. The bar stool has a height-adjustable swivel seat. The sleeve of the column comes in various colors, and the round seat is also available in different versions: in wood or covered in leather with either thin padding or softer upholstery. 30.25" - 33.75" h | seat: 13.75" dia. | base: 17.75" dia.
  • Vitra Wiggle Stool
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    Vitra Wiggle Stool
    Designer: Frank Gehry. Manufacturer: Vitra. Height: 40.6 cm. Width: 43 cm. Depth: 40 cm. Material : Corrugated Cardboard.
  • Vitra Zeb Stool Leather
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    Vitra Zeb Stool Leather
    Design Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby, 2014. Die-cast aluminum, split leather slightly padded. Made in Germany by Vitra. Bar stools are often designed as part of a family of chairs. The Zeb Stool, by contrast, was designed by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby to fulfill the specific purpose of a bar stool: every individual component 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. Thus they not only serve their individual purpose, but are joined together in an elegant, unified whole of the highest quality. The name Zeb refers to Zebedee, the twirling jack-in-the-box character from the BBC children's television series 'The Magic Roundabout'. The bar stool has a height-adjustable swivel seat. The sleeve of the column comes in various colors, and the round seat is also available in different versions: in wood or covered in leather with either thin padding or softer upholstery. 28.25" - 31.75" h | seat: 15.5" dia. | base: 17.75" dia.
  • 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.
  • Vitra Mochi Stool
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    Vitra Mochi Stool
    Design Hella Jongerius, 2013. Polyurethane foam & fibers, polyester cover, polyamide bottom. Made in Germany by Vitra. Like all pieces created by Hella Jongerius, Mochi bears the clear signature of the Dutch designer: with its lovingly crafted details and contrasting color combinations, this soft seating object adds a bold accent in any living environment. Mochi is both a spontaneous seating option and a decorative ottoman for lounge chairs and sofas. Hella Jongerius developed several motifs that are full of innuendo and ironic allusions. The first motif, called Lacemaker, shows the head of a girl engrossed in embroidery and is borrowed from a painting by the Dutch master Vermeer van Delft. The portrait is surrounded by a freely formed, looped pattern. The second motif, Pottery, consists of an arrangement of ancient-looking pitchers with little embroidered hearts rising up between them like bubbles. Jongerious uses various stitching styles and different coloured threads for the embroidery, which is realized with the aid of a computer-controlled machine. It gives the images additional charm. The form-fitting knit cover was specially developed for Mochi and is easy to remove and clean. Thanks to the robust bottom surface, the pouf can be used everywhere. 29.5" dia. | 16.25" h.
  • Vitra - Eames Stool
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    Vitra - Eames Stool
    The Eames Stool was designed by Charles & Ray Eames in the year 1960. The stool is available in three different models whose difference is the profile in its middle part. Every stool consists of massive walnut wood that is multilayer glued and bright lacquered. The turned stools can be used as side tables if desired. The Eames stool emerged in the year 1960. At that time the Eames office was given the commission to furnish three lobbies in the Rockefeller Center in New York. Besides the whole interior work, also comfortable lobby chairs and this series of massive walnut stools that are produced by Vitra nowadays emerged in the scope of the project.
  • Vitra Tabouret Solvay by Jean Prouve
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    Vitra Tabouret Solvay by Jean Prouve
    Tabouret Solvay is a simple, robust stool made of solid wood with a signature design that is visible at first glance: Jean Prouvé developed it, applying the design principles that he is known for. Thanks to its level seat, Tabouret Solvay can also be used as an occasional table. Dimensions: Seat D350cm Height 450cm Materials: Seat: Solid wood - oiled natural oak, oiled smoked oak or oiled american walnut. Connecting element: Sheet steel, powder- coated deep black.
  • Vitra Butterfly Stool
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    Vitra Butterfly Stool
    Designer: Sori Yanagi. Manufacturer: Vitra. Height: 39 cm. Width: 42 cm. Depth: 31 cm. Finish: Lacquered Maple Plywood or Lacquered Palisander Plywood.
  • Vitra Verner Panton Visiona Stool
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    Vitra Verner Panton Visiona Stool
    Design Verner Panton, 1970. Polyurethane foam, polystyrene core, MDF base. Made in Germany by Vitra. "Most people spend their lives living in dreary, beige conformity, mortally afraid of using color. The main purpose of my work is to provoke people into using their imagination and make their surroundings more exciting." -Verner Panton. In 1970, Danish designer Verner Panton was commissioned by Bayer AG to create Visiona 2, a living landscape that became known as one of the most radical future living scenarios of the 20th century. Inspired by Pop Culture and Science Fiction, Visiona 2 brought the societal transformation of the 1960s and 1970s into the private living sphere, instead of clear room divisions and conventional furniture, Panton applied colorful upholstery elements that projected a relaxed, informal lifestyle. Verner Panton designed the Visiona Stool as part of the interior installation created in 1970 for his legendary Visiona exhibition in Cologne. The compact upholstered stool not only provides practical and comfortable seating but also adds vibrant color accents that can be coordinated with any interior, thanks to the large selection of fabric colors. The unobtrusive geometric shape allows the Visiona Stool to be paired with a wide range of furnishings. Due to its light weight, it can be easily repositioned and combined into spontaneous groupings. The robust fabric cover is secured with an elastic band, which makes it simple to remove and clean. 16" h | 16.5" dia.
  • 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.
  • Vitra Butterfly Stool
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    Vitra Butterfly Stool
    In a totally unique way, The Butterfly Stool designed by Sori Yanagi, 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. Add the matching cushion ti to your Butterfly Stool for additional comfort. Part of the Vitra Design Museum Collection.
  • Vitra Wiggle Stool
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    Vitra Wiggle Stool
    Design Frank Gehry, 1972. Corrugated cardboard, natural or lacquered hardboard edges. Made in Germany by Vitra. Frank O. Gehry is one of today's most important architects. Gehry likes to use unusual materials for his architecture and furniture. With the furniture series Easy Edges, from 1972, Frank Gehry gave a new and surprising aesthetic dimension to cardboard, an everyday material. Although they look amazingly simple, the pieces in Easy Edges owe their robustness and structural stability to the architectural quality of the designs. The Wiggle stool is vaguely reminiscent of traditional African stools and - like such predecessors - makes an attractive accent in any interior. The most celebrated architect working today, Frank Gehry has single-handedly changed conventional ideas about architecture. Recent masterpieces include the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao and the Disney Concert hall in Los Angeles. Gehry's unique vision and innovative use of materials has brought him numerous honors. Through his emphasis on collaboration in the creative process, Gehry continues to transcend the boundaries of design. Approximately 60 layers of cardboard are held together by hidden screws with a fibreboard edging. Five models from the series - Side Chair, Wiggle Side Chair, Dining Table and Low Table Set - are now being produced by Vitra. Edges Wiggle stool is available in a natural edge color. 16" h | 15.75" d | 17" w.
  • Vitra Butterfly Stool by Sori Yanagi
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    Vitra Butterfly Stool by Sori Yanagi
    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. Collection Vitra Design Museum. Materials: Laquered moulded plywood (maple or palisander ), brass fixings. Dimensions: Height 42cm x Width 39cm x Depth 31cm.
  • 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.
  • Vitra Stools
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    Vitra Stools
    Designer: Charles + Ray Eames. Manufacturer: Vitra. Height: 38 cm. Diameter: 28 cm. Styles: Model A, Model B or Model C. Finish: Clear Lacquered Solid Walnut.
  • Vitra Prouvé Tabouret Haut Stool
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    Vitra Prouvé Tabouret Haut Stool
    Design Jean Prouvé, 1942. Tubular steel, solid oak. Made in Germany by Vitra. "Prouvé combines the soul of an engineer with that of an architect" -Le Corbusier. Characterized by an aeronautic-looking pair of rear legs, this design was rooted in practicality, balance and durability. This chair is a modern classic and is featured in design museums throughout the world. Its quality is revealed in structural logic and unassuming aesthetics. Robust and functionally versatile, the Standard Chair works equally well in domestic settings or as public seating in cafés and restaurants. Jean Prouvé (1901-1984), architect, engineer and designer, was endeavored for using highly-developed technologies for metal processing to achieve innovative constructions and forms in his design and architecture work. He played a decisive part in developing construction techniques using light-weight prefabricated parts in architecture, making use, among other things, of insights from the airplane and automotive industry. In his Ateliers Jean Prouvé, the company he founded in 1947, he started not only producing light-weight components but also his own design drafts. 23.75" dia. | 30.5" h | seat: 15" dia.
  • Vitra Stools by Charles and Ray Eames
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    Vitra Stools by Charles and Ray Eames
    In 1960 the Eames office was commissioned by Time Inc. to fit out three lobbies in the Rockefeller Center in New York. As well as complete interior fixtures and fittings the project included the comfortable Lobby Chairs and a series of solid walnut stools. These turned stools which (as Ray Eames originally intended) can also be used as occasional tables, have three different design details in their centre sections. Available in three different shapes. Materials: Solid walnut, glued together in several layers, covered with clear varnish. Dimensions: Height: 380 mm x Diameter 330 mm.
  • Vitra Hocker Stool
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    Vitra Hocker Stool
    Design Herzog & de Meuron, 2005. Solid birch, varnished or stained. Made in Germany by Vitra. With its intuitive and equally self-evident shape, "Hocker" represents fundamental aspects of the coneceptual style of Herzog & de Meuron's work. It forms part of a series of additional objects and installations that accompany the architectural design work of the Basel architects as independent projects. Solid birch varnished white or stained dark brown. 16.5" h | 11.75" d | 15.5" w.
  • Vitra Elephant Stool
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    Vitra Elephant Stool
    Designer: Sori Yanagi. Manufacturer: Vitra. Height: 37 cm. Width: 51.5 cm. Depth: 46.5 cm. Finish: Basic Dark Polypropylene or Cream Polypropylene.
  • Vitra Yanagi Butterfly Stool
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    Vitra Yanagi Butterfly Stool
    Design Sori Yanagi, 1954. Lacquered bent plywood, brass fittings. Made in Switzerland by Vitra. "true beauty is not made; it is born naturally", Sori Yanagi. Long admired for it's sculptural silhouette, Sori Yanagi's 1954 Butterfly Stool has been an elusive beauty to net. Vintage examples often command upwards of a few thousand dollars at auction. Originally produced and distributed only in Japan, Vitra has secured the authorization and license to produce and distribute this classic. 15.25" h | 16.5" w | 12.25" d. Available in natural maple or rosewood plywood.
  • Vitra Hal Stool by Jasper Morrison
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    Vitra Hal Stool by Jasper Morrison
    With HAL, Jasper Morrison has created a reinterpretation of the multifunctional shell chair and a varied chair range with a distinctly contemporary appearance. The shape of HAL's shell ensures plenty of freedom of movement and the slightly flexible plastic makes many different sitting positions possible, even sideways and astride the chair. HAL can be used in all kinds of environments, in the office, as well as in public spaces and in the home. There are 8 colours to choose from and the stool has a tubular steel legs with a chrome finish. Also available is the HAL chair. Dimensions: Medium: Height 1105mm (seat height: 645mm) x Width 495mm x Depth: 490mm. High: Height 1140mm (seat height: 780mm) x Width 495mm x Depth: 490mm
  • Vitra Hocker Stool
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    Vitra Hocker Stool
    Designer: Herzog & de Meuron. Manufacturer: Vitra. Height: 42.1 cm. Width: 39.5 cm. Depth: 29.9 cm. Finish: Dark Brown Stain or White Varnish. Material: Solid Birch.
  • Vitra Yanagi Elephant Stool
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    Vitra Yanagi Elephant Stool
    Design Sori Yanagi, 1954. Polypropylene dyed throughout. Made in Germany by Vitra. The elephant stool is a stackable, three-legged design from 1954, which was originally made in fiberglass. It 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. Brought back by Vitra in injection-molded plastic with color develpment by Yanagi. Suitable for indoors, balconies and gardens, the stacking stool can even be used as an easy-to-transport picnic stool. 20" w | 18.25" d | 14.5" h.
  • Vitra Tabouret Haut Stool by Jean Prouve
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    Vitra Tabouret Haut Stool by Jean Prouve
    For the design of Tabouret Haut Jean Prouve 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 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. Prouve's interpretation of this classic type is distinguished by its simple, unpretentious appearance, lucid construction and harmonious proportions. Materials: Legs and seat in solid oak, natural or stained dark with natural wood lacquer finish, footrest in tubular steel, powder-coated or chromed finish anti-skid surface. Dimensions: Height 775 x Width 602 x Width 602 mm.
  • 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.
  • Vitra - Miniature Eames Stool, Model A
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    Vitra - Miniature Eames Stool, Model A
    Charles and Ray Eames received a commission to design the interiors of three lobbies in the new Time & Life Building at Rockefeller Center in New York City. In addition to outfitting these spaces, this major project encompassed the development of the comfortably upholstered Lobby Chairs and a group of stools made out of solid walnut.The lathe-turned stools, which were also conceived by Ray to be used as small occasional tables, have distinctive individual profiles. The sculptural and decorative character of the stools makes the most striking impression when they are grouped together. These pieces were inspired by an African stool that stood in the living room of the Eames House, as shown in a photographic series by Monique Jacot from the year 1959. The original of the Eames Stool, Model A was designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1960 and it is produced as 1:1 model by Herman Miller, Zeeland/Michigan/USA since 1960. The here offered miniature by Vitra (scale 1:6) consists of walnut.
  • Vitra - Miniature Butterfly Stool
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    Vitra - Miniature Butterfly Stool
    As a student in the 1940s Sori Yanagi accompanied Charlotte Perriand on her trips through Japan, thus becoming familiar with the classical Moderns. It is possible that this is what aroused Yanagi's interest in seating, something which does not exist in Japanese culture. Even today a large number of Japanese households manage without any kind of seats, even in the cities, since it is traditional to sit on the floor on tatami mats. In view of the above Yanagi's Butterfly stool can be described as unusual on a number of counts. The designer adopts a familiar Western shape and combines it with a technique employed by Charles and Ray Eames which involves using bent plywood for industrial manufacture. The stool is unusually cleverly constructed, with two identical shapes connected axisymmetrically by means of two screws underneath the seat and a screwed on brass rod. This creates a shape reminiscent in some ways of the torii (gates) to Shinto shrines, which gives the stool an oriental look. At the same time it calls to mind the wings of a butterfly, hence its name. The stool was awarded the gold medal at the 1957 Milan triennial. The original of the Butterfly Chair was designed by Sori Yanagi in 1954 and it is produced as 1:1 model by the Vitra AG, Basel/Switzerland. The here offered miniature by Vitra (scale 1:6) consists of bent plywood and brass.
  • Vitra Eames Miniature Stools
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    Vitra Eames Miniature Stools
    Design Charles Eames, 1960. 1/6 miniature scale model. Made in Poland by Vitra. Each Vitra miniature is true to the original in construction and materials, and reduced in size on a scale of 1:6. Each miniature is packaged in a wooden box, accompanied by an informational booklet. Production notes: Each of the delicate objects are made by hand; on average, each miniature requires five hours of careful manual work. Ongoing quality control ensures that every miniature corresponds to its larger original in terms of finishing, details and materials. 2.5" h | 2.25" w | 2.25" d.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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 - 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 - 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.
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