Sally and Stella are two new pieces of furniture by busk+herzog for +Halle. Interstudio welcome the versatile seating to their collection.
December 9th, 2014
Sally is a versatile stool that seeks to bridge the ground between private and public spaces. The compact size and low weight make it easy to move Sally around and enhances, therefore, the versatility and functionality of the stool. The wooden legs in solid soaped / black stained oak add warmth and underlines the light expression that refers to some of the most iconic products of the Nordic design heritage.
Material: The legs in solid soaped / black stained oak
Stella is a spacious and comfortable lounge change, which is ideal for both relaxation and communication in public spaces. The expression is tight and light without compromising the degrees of comfort. The wide back, which also functions as an armrest, is attached to the seat only at a single point, which gives an impression of an almost floating back. Moreover, this detail leaves an increasing space on the sides between the seat and back, which offers multiple seating options. The degree comfort has been paramount in the development process.
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