The shape of the Andrea barstool is like a blooming flower, equally pleasing to view from any angle. The design barstool by Swedish architects Claesson Koivisto Rune stands out with its armrests and is very comfortable. Because of its soft geometry and versatility in available fabrics and leg colors, the chair blends in any interior. The bar stool can be placed at a bar, work island or high table in both private and working environments. Andrea barstool is available in two seat heights: as a counter stool of 61 cm and barstool of 81 cm.
"In the design, we have strived to achieve a soft, rather rounded, contemporary expression. It is proportioned to be both inviting and offers a high level of comfort’, Mårten Claesson, Eero Koivisto and Ola Rune explain. ‘As well the sculptural qualities of the design, the main design feature is the way the legs rise up between the upholstered parts in a distinct fashion. Striking connection between legs and upholstery, this allows the possibility to play with fabrics in combination with the leg frame.’
Bar and counter stool with tubular steel base. Available in two seat heights: 61 and 81 cm.
Upholstery: Fabric upholstery in two colors of one fabric is possible. Back and seat in one color and arms in a different color.
Legs: The four-legs are semi-floating outside the shell. The legs comes in powder coat finishes.
Mårten Claesson, Eero Koivisto and Ola Rune founded their architectural partnership in Stockholm, in 1995. It has since become an internationally acclaimed, multi-disciplinary office focusing on both architecture and design. Architectural commissions include the Inde/Jacobs gallery in Texas, Sfera Building in Kyoto and Hotel Skeppsholmen in Stockholm. They design for companies such as Cappellini, Muuto and others. In 2015, they received Sweden’s most prestigious design award, The Bruno Mathsson Prize.