Bond is a chair designed by Jean-Marie Massaud. The name Bond refers to the possibility to concatenate and create a friendship bond with someone. This sums up the thought behind the series. Its simple and soft form invites people to meet. The design is minimalistic not to take focus from the individual. The elegant, modern cut and the clean form is modest yet has a self-evident attitude.
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.
The Bow barstool is a remarkable product offering with its iconic base structure and seating area. The seating space with the rotating mechanism provides flexibility to use by giving the product nondirectionality.
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.
The Don family exudes personality with an industrial style that creates different, clean, elegant and comfortable spaces. Pieces manufactured with highly resistant phenolic materials, with a metal sheet structure and exposed screws on the back to give a retro, original feel.
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.