The latest offering from Zenith represents a collaboration with FeelGood Designs.
September 23rd, 2010
The Stone Stool Collection designed by Thai designer Anon Pairot was inspired by natural rock formations.
Made from solid timber the stools come in a range of colours guaranteed to brighten up any space.
The playful organic shape makes it suitable for almost any environment whether residential, corporate, institutional, hospitality or retail.
Manufactured by FeelGood Designs and exclusively distributed by Zenith Interiors Worldwide.
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