Amazing barstool in polyethylene made with the rotational moulding technology. Perfect for both indoors and outdoors, it can be used with a high table or a bar-counter. Its unique design and range of colours conﾭfer to the interiors a trendy, young and exclusive tone.
Volt barstool, with its pure volume and its well defined lines is the result of excellent selection of the best technologies and researches in plastic materials. The compact size and ergonomic shape ensure functionality and comfort. The footrest on three sides, like a bend, grants the stackability.
The Ema stool is a contemporary and functional option which adapts to professional environments and also to informal meeting areas. The high version of the Ema stool offers an elegant and functional seating solution of informal spaces and communal areas.
CHAIRIK is stackable comfort. A simple and reassuring seat for audiences that come and go. A meeting chair for the laid-back, a bar stool for the elevated, a shell chair for the cost-conscious. On legs or runners, with or without armrests, with or without writing tablets. Leather-clad, upholstered or in your favourite colour.
Nolita is a family of outdoor seatings which recalls the origins of a historic course, started by Mario Pedrali in 1963 with his first metal garden chairs. Stool with low backrest, completely made of steel and designed specifically for outdoor use. Stackable. A seat cushion is also available.
Osaka Metal barstool, with steel rod sled frame and ash plywood shell with low backrest, features the functionality of the collection. The outcome is a great ergonomics and an increasingly light graphical effect.
Both manageable and stable, Coma's clean symmetrical design works well with the Punto family. They come in three different heights and can include a backrest. Footrests are included on the two higher stools, and the version with back rest offers increased user comfort. Suitable for public and private areas, they are functional and versatile.
The Happy barstool is the Happy chair with longer legs and a lower backrest. This transformation resulted in a modern barstool in two different heights: one for the traditional bar and one for the slightly lower kitchen island.