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|Style: Modern||Seat Style: Bucket|
|Frame Finish: 1: Black||Frame Finish: 2: Oak|
|Seat Color: 1: Black||Seat Color: 2: White|
|Distressed: No||Frame Material: Wood|
|Seat Back Included: Yes||Arms Included: No|
|Legs Included: Yes||Footrest Included: Yes|
|Commercial Use: No||Country of Manufacture: Belgium|
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A nice design
helen from Rowland Heights, CA– Verified Buyer
It is easy to assemble. Light weight. Stable. But the textured top surface is a little hard to clean, especially the white ones. Overall, we really like this stool.
Good bar stool
M from CA– Verified Buyer
This product seems durable and well made. It is the right height for my counter.
jose roman from chihuahua,– Verified Buyer
Use them in my kitchen, great looks, easy to assemble, the plastic seating can be scratched easily.
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About the Designer
Patrick Rampelotto & Fritz Pernkopf
Patrick Rampelotto was born in 1978 in Vipiteno. He studied law at the Leopold Franzens Universität Innsbruck and later Industria Design with Borek Sipek and Ross Lovegrove at the University of applied arts in Vienna. After his graduation he worked as a furniture and product designer for EOOS Design in Vienna. In 2009 he founded his own Studio. His work is present in several private and public collections. Listening to Patrick Rampelotto talk about his ideas and projects, about progress in the development of forms or in the collaboration with craftspeople, his enthusiasm with his work leaves no doubt that he is on the right way. Born in 1978 in Vipiteno, South Tyrol, he initially studied law to switch to Industrial Design at the University of Applied Arts, Vienna, in 2000. During his studies, that he completed in 2006, he was preoccupied with the materials glass, silicone and felt, with the combination of traditional crafts and hi-tech-production methods and with, amongst others, the writing of the French anthropologist and ethnologist Claude Lévi-Strauss. In Lévi-Strauss' “The savage mind“ he encountered the term bricolage, which remains until today – after many independent design- and exhibition projects, to briefly sum up the years since graduation – an important intellectual impulse.
OUR SKU # QUM1088Pilot Bar Stool is also sometimes listed under the following manufacturer numbers: PILOTCOUNTERSTOOL14, PILOTCOUNTERSTOOL16, PILOTCOUNTERSTOOL18