Normann Copenhagen Form Stool 65cm Oak Legs
  • Normann Copenhagen Form Stool 65cm Oak Legs
  • Normann Copenhagen Form Stool 65cm Oak Legs
  • Normann Copenhagen Form Stool 65cm Oak Legs
  • Normann Copenhagen Form Stool 65cm Oak Legs
  • Normann Copenhagen Form Stool 65cm Oak Legs
  • Normann Copenhagen Form Stool 65cm Oak Legs
  • Normann Copenhagen Form Stool 65cm Oak Legs
  • Normann Copenhagen Form Stool 65cm Oak Legs
  • Normann Copenhagen Form Stool 65cm Oak Legs
  • Normann Copenhagen Form Stool 65cm Oak Legs
  • Normann Copenhagen Form Stool 65cm Oak Legs

Normann Copenhagen Form Barstool 65cm Oak Legs

€264.46
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With the mission of creating a shell stool with a more unified look that would stand as one cohesive unit, Simon Legald has created the Form Stool for Normann Copenhagen. To achieve this seamless, integrated look, a new and innovative solution for gathering the seat with the legs has been developed.

The curved plastic seat and frame of oak or walnut are naturally integrated with the seat using a unique cup system. The plastic seat and wood or steel legs meet elegantly, accentuating the high quality craftsmanship and the simplicity of the Scandinavian furniture design. Form is a modern stool with a minimalistic expression. With its simple and contemporary design Form stool has a soft and welcoming silhouette and a distinctly residential look.

The legs appear almost as if they are growing out of the shell. This gives the design flexibility and makes it possible to vary the frame in a great number of ways, accommodating a vast number of interiors. .

 

Specifications

Shell: Plastic
Legs: Oak

Size Description

Height: 77 cm (seating hight 65cm)
Width 40.8 cm
Depth: 42,2 cm

  • Simon Legald

    Simon Legald (born 1986) is a Danish product designer located in Copenhagen. He graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 2012. Works with both small- and large scale products. For me honesty describes the true identity of objects. By highlighting the techniques necessary for the structure of the product, and making it a visual part of my design. Therefor I design with both craftsmanship and industry in mind.
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