Javier Mariscal has surprised us again with another daring proposal, the Green stool. Its steel seat also forms part of the frame and follows the formal lines of the polygonal geometry designed for the Green chair. A comfortable, ergonomic and strong stool with an innovative character and personality.
The Green stool is hardwearing but visually light. It's available in two colours and two heights, ideal for bars and also domestic kitchens.
Legs 4 legs made from solid beech, finished in transparent water-based varnish. The procedure used is the sand and strop method: two undercoats with sanding in-between the two layers, and a topcoat of waterbased varnish. This protects the stool from the effects of atmospheric agents, also improving physical and chemical resistance. The legs are attached to the structure using 8 DIN7380 screws of M6x25 and M6x30 (supplied with glue application). The four supports on the ground are protected by plastic or felt ferrules
Seat Made with steel plate 4mm thick, laser cut, and steel flats 25x4 mm. All elements are TIG-welded. Polished edges. The footrest is also made of 2 steel plates 4 mm thick, folded and TIG-welded. This element is attached to the 4 legs using 4 M6X25 screws. All elements are finished with epoxy paint powder 80 micron, 30% matt, dark grey RAL 9004 or grey/beige RAL 7044
- Size Description
Heigh to foot rest 13cm
Height to foort rest 27cm
Javier Mariscal studied philosophy at university in Valencia from 1967 until 1970 before immatriculating at the Escuela de Grafismo Elisava in Barcelona, where he studied graphic design. In 1973 Javier Mariscal and friends of his drew the first underground comic in Spain, "El Rrollo Enmascarado". Javier Mariscal has worked mainly as a graphic designer but has also been active as a painter. Until 1975 Javier Mariscal lived on Ibiza, where he drew other comics and produced his first designs for seat furniture. From 1976 Javier Mariscal again lived in Barcelona, where he freelanced as a graphic artist and designer. In 1979 Javier Mariscal came up with the lettering BAR-CEL-ONA, which you look through like a window onto scenes behind the silhouetted letters.