A seat that offers much by way of colour and movement is characterised by some pretty understated design decisions.
July 9th, 2013
There is an underlying simplicity that defines the BCN stool by Harry & Camilla. A deceptively understated stool that offers an instant injection of minimal sleekness or colour pop to any living space came to be through some innovative design decisions
The BCN’s unique style is a celebration of form and function in its design. Available in several variations, its pared back aesthetic affords it wide appeal.
Designed for Italy’s renowned Kristalia brand, the BCN Stool was launched in 2008 offering a range of colours for seat and its supporting frame as well as the option of a contemporary fixed base, swivelling disc base, timber base or the more traditional five-spoked swivelling base.
Visually quite dynamic, the cantilevered seat is molded from polymers ordinarily found in electronic manufacturing – that materials inherent properties afford the BCN Stool great flex, superior weight support proficiencies and the ability to withstand heat, heavy use and solvents.
The combined result of these features is a stool that is as much at home in residential applications as it is in high traffic commercial scenarios as well as a model that allows the BCN to be used outdoors.
Fanuli Furniture, Kristalia’s Australian agents are excited to exclusively represent a brand that has garnered a reputation for providing excellence in premium furnishings, much in keeping with their own philosophy.
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