Simple, stylish and focused on space optimisation.â€¨
April 1st, 2010
Simple aesthetics and HOWE’s world-renowned focus on space optimization have produced this latest barstool available from Living Edge.
Having furnished dining areas, concert halls, conference rooms and famous cathedrals the world over, HOWE has now extended the iconic 40/4 to a stacking barstool.
Designed by David Rowland – the designer of the original 40/4 – the barstool version is a respectful nod to the classic design with all the same flexibility as the original, earning it a well-deserved place in the 40/4 family.
Stacking to a height of 15, the barstool, like its counterpart offers exceptional space- saving, whilst the seat’s inclination ensures the highest comfort levels.
Available in a range of colours, veneers or upholstery with chrome or powdered coated frames – the 40/4 barstool is perfect for areas where design is the focus but maximum comfort is key. ’¨’¨
The 40/4 barstool will be available nationwide from Living Edge.
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