Introducing the WB Stool by designer David Walley.
October 5th, 2009
The latest offering from ZENITH represents a collaboration with Australian designer David Walley of Yellow Diva.
With a cheeky reference to timber chopping boards, the new WB Stool collection offers an innovative combination of materials and a fresh aesthetic.
This unique design explores the concepts of progression, lineage and evolution while holding good design and sustainability at its core.
Available in a high and low seat, the WB Stool collection offers flexibility in many commercial and hospitality interiors.
The tapered rubber-tipped legs can be zinc finished or powder-coated in any colour, making the WB Stool a fun, flexible and creative product to work with. The low stool is also stackable to four high, taking up less room when not in use.
Designed and manufactured in Australia, the WB Stool delivers form and function – a statement in any interior fit-out.
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