Introducing Studio Bar Stool
Studio Bar Stool is designed by TAKT Studio. The gentle handling of the seat adds character while the base of the bent pipe is simple but graphically precise. The position of the footrest helps to form a rhythm in the vertical proportioning. Combine the carefully selected colours and materials to create a Studio Bar Stool that meets all your needs.
Harmony in steel and wood
Special attention has been given to the balance of materials in Studio Bar Stool’s design. The slender steel tubes lend a light, modern and airy appearance to the bar stool, whereas the wooden seat provides warm, tactile comfort at the contact point. The result is a bar stool that is easy to move around the home or workspace, providing a comfortable, familiar seat wherever you need it.
Make it yours
We have curated a selection of materials and colours that all fit well together. The seat can be customised with a variety of Kvadrat wool fabrics and aniline leathers from Sørensen Leather, so you can make your bar stool naturally blend in with your personal interior. All fabrics are of course eco-labelled and our leathers have received the Nordic Swan Ecolabel.
Studio Bar Stool is designed through TAKT’s Eco System Design principles and are shipped component based as flat packs. We can pack 5 to 7 times more products in the same volume and therefore minimise CO2e emissions during transportation. Cross Chair Tube is eco-certified and produced using wood from sustainable forests and the full supply chain is certified. It is constructed for disassembly, meaning that all components are replaceable and worn parts can be replaced. Comes with a five-year warranty.
Studio Bar Stool incorporates a frame made of recyclable high-pressure steel with a sturdy black powder coating that adds a graphic and elegant expression. The seat is made from molded veneer: a durable material with a natural weight that lends authority to the design. Our products are FSC-certified. FSC-certified forests are given time to naturally regenerate, local wildlife is sustained and worker conditions are balanced. Oak has a characteristic structure that gives a beautiful texture and a familiar tangibility to the surface. The surface is treated with natural white-pigmented oils (Smoked oak and natural oak) and water-based lacquer (Oak black). An oil treatment allows the wood to develop a characterful patina over time, and will also enable you to easily repair damage to the surface by applying light sandpaper and a new oil treatment – again and again.