Top Ten: Bar Stools
With an editorial theme of public design this month, we would be remiss to let the month pass without a top ten countdown of the great bar stools currently on the market.
These stools are laser-cut from a single folded metal plate and lacquered for a playfully beautiful accent piece.
This wood stool is based on a tractor stool found on the side of the road. The finished wood brings sophistication to a rustic shape.
This classic stool is a stacking chair designed by Philippe Starck, inspired by the original 1006 Navy.
Light weight, flexible and strong, this Danish-designed stool is inspired by the inherent properties of wood.
Simple and low profile, it’s the fluid lines and lightness that makes this stool a standout.
A slender and sleek stool made of anodized cast aluminum, for a polished, industrial feel.
It doesn’t take a lot of bells and whistles to make a great stool, and Chip by Knoll is a prime example. Simplicity and function at it’s best.
A small detail like the arcs at the bottom of this Cappellini stool adds a touch of elegance and that is simultaneously subtle and profound.
Moooi’s AVL bar stool is derived from shaker furniture and its simplistic form is complemented by its contemporary colors. Traditional and current simultaneously.
Enea Lottus stool is flexible, elegant and utilitarian, and can be customized with a colored insert or upholstered cushion.
Top Ten articles publish every Tuesday. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if there’s a category you’d like to see.