On SPLIT KIDS the shell used for the barstool is combined with a smaller frame. The outcome is a cozy product perfect for children. Equally to the previous versions, the tubular metal frame is available either in chrome finishing or in a variety of stained finishings that match the shells‘ colors.
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.
STECCA 1 is the main piece of the collection. Thanks to the lightness of alumimum it is handy and easily portable.
SPLIT 1 combines the same shell of the original version with a tubular metal base of 18 mm thickness, available in chromed finishing or in a variety of stained finishings that match the shells‘ col
STECCA 5 completes the seating collection with the high version of the barstool. The subtle and elegant crossbar allows a perfect stability.
Four elements in steel tube with 14mm diameter compose the structural frame, a strectched and molded metal-sheet composes the seating surface.
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.
VESPER 2 is an elegant armchair to use not only in private and public spaces, but also suitable for workspace contract solutions, due to the ability of customising the colour in compliance with the
TORRE S is the base element of the chair, which becomes a handy little stool.
TORRE origins from the harmony between an archaic geometry, as circle, and more elaborate lines, as the curves shaping the back and its frame.
The bar stool VESPER 3 completes the Vesper family. It shares the same plastic shell with a reduced backrest.
In this version Daily is equipped with two generous armrests, which give both the practicality of movement and comfort.
PIAZZA 2 adds to the base version two armrests, intentionally looking delicate, to underline once more the elegance of its design.