The SPLIT 3 barstools, available in two versions with seat height of 75 and 65 cm, complete the family, The shell of the original version is downsized to fit at best the proportions oft he higher frame. The base in tubular metal, which emphasizes the lightness of the design, is available either in chrome finishing or in a variety of stained finishings that match the shells‘ colors.
Four elements in steel tube with 14mm diameter compose the structural frame, a strectched and molded metal-sheet composes the seating surface.
PIAZZA 2 adds to the base version two armrests, intentionally looking delicate, to underline once more the elegance of its design.
The C1.2 version shares frame and finishes with the previous version, being its natural evolution with the addition of two armrests in tubular steel, enhancing its comfort and portability.
The tables from QU collection, with metal tubular structure and metal sheet top, are self-leveling.
VILLA 3A, the stool version, keep materials and main technical features of the collection, thus adapting the design to the new height to balance the proportions.
In this version Daily is equipped with two generous armrests, which give both the practicality of movement and comfort.
C1.1 is the base version of this chair, with a slender look and a strong core. It has been realized in two versions, all based on a common tubular steel frame.
STECCA 1 is the main piece of the collection. Thanks to the lightness of alumimum it is handy and easily portable.
TORRE origins from the harmony between an archaic geometry, as circle, and more elaborate lines, as the curves shaping the back and its frame.
With DAILY, Jun Yasumoto, together with Colos, tackles a classic industrial design theme: the wooden seat and backrest joined together and supported by a metal frame.
SPLIT GL shares the same shell as Split, combined with wooden legs. These are adapted to the shell through an aluminium support which allows complete firmness and stability.