Onda barstóll

Hannað af Jesus Gasca

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h76sm base black/króm / hvítur
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Afhendingartími: 8-12 vikur

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Onda is a revolving stool, with a seat that mimics the curves of the human body, with a great comfort. The shapes of Onda stool seat mimic the curves of the human body, like a glove, the stool-seat hugs the contour of the user and provides a good lumbar support. The very innovative design of the seat shell, with its extra soft rubber skin, offers a great and superb comfort. Adding lightness to the stool design, the skin is slightly smaller than the shell. The combination of the shell and skin create an interesting colour and textural contrast. The stool skin and shell are moulded simultaneously, forming a final product of two different materials, densities and colours. An overall rich and elegant proposal. Onda comes with a chromed steel frame for indoor use and a stainless steel structure for outdoor use. The stool’s four legged base, curves smoothly, offering a lightweight and stable structure. Onda looks beautiful from any angle and is brilliantly innovative with its ergonomic shape. Consistent with the rest of the STUA collection. Onda is a refined and timeless design.
Vörunúmer: stu-96sp

Jesus Gasca

jesusgasca.jpgJesús Gasca is the founder and principal designer of STUA, a contemporary furniture company based in the resort town of San Sebastían, Spain. STUA prides itself on producing a limited range of furniture, with each piece exquisitely executed out of the finest materials. The style of the work can be characterised as Scandinavian with a Mediterranean touch. The company’s mission is, “to improve the habitat in which we live, by refining our designs, and using recyclable components and environmentally friendly manufacturing processes.” Contemporary pieces of high technology and simple shapes. Always thinking about the function objects have to have, but with shapes that are new and as close to the user as possible. STUA which Gasca founded in the early '80s, has allowed him to develop his own work as a furniture designer. Trained as an engineer, Gasca specialises in technically complex design with attention to detail. Gasca’s recent designs include the Onda stool, Globus Chair, Sapporo Shelving System, Gas Chair and the Deneb Collection. He has also collaborated with Josep Mora to create the classic Egoa chair that won the Innovate Design Melbourne prize in 1988. Gasca has received the most important design awards for the Gas chair. The STUA company has been awarded the National Design Award. The most important recognizion to a design company in Spain. "Good design is not ony about beautiful shapes. It always has to be clever in the solution of funtional questions".

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