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Just Barstool w. Back 75 cm Oak/Chrome

292.00USD
Specifications
Maintenance
Materials:
Lacquered Oak Veneer, Legs: Metal
Size & Weight:
H: 90 x L: 47,5 x D: 44 x SH: 75 cm
7 kg
Product Information:

Just is delivered assembled.

Maintenance:

Clean with damp cloth.

About

Just Barstool

Simple, welcoming, versatile. Just, designed by Iskos-Berlin is "just" a chair collection, yet a very special one.
The Just barstool is designed as an extension to the Just chair, and inherits its signature elements: the clearly defined shell shaped as a molded "sandwich" of hard and light veneers as well as the light steel base, which is discretely integrated in the molded shell, so that the chair naturally comes together as a whole.
Just is characterized by its subdued and harmonious idiom that makes the chair suitable for numerous environments and styles. "Just is not born out of the desire to design a different chair. On the contrary, we wanted to use innovative molding and assembly techniques to achieve an elegant and subtle result, full of hidden details. Good design does not necessarily have to make a lot of fuss - those who want to will see the details," say Iskos-Berlin.
The barstool comes in two heights and is available with and without a backrest.
Designed by Iskos-Berlin
Designer

Iskos–Berlin

Iskos-Berlin Design is a partnership of Boris Berlin and Aleksej Iskos.
The company works within the fields of industrial, furniture and graphic design. Boris and Aleksej have been working together for several years before establishing their company Iskos-Berlin in 2010. In 1987, Boris co-founded Komplot Design, where Aleksej was employed as an assistant for more than 11 years. This long and fruitful cooperation has allowed them to develop a shared philosophy of design. In their own words:

"We see design as an art of storytelling. This story is normally quite complex, consisting of semantics, morphology, materiality, technology of objects and many other elements. But the clearer your story is, the more likely people are to understand it. The more surprising you make your story, the more likely they are to remember it. And finally the more you make people smile, the more likely they are to love it!"