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3 Iconic Industrial Stools With Leather

Posted on Feb 23, 2017 by

Archetypal designs are revisited with luxurious leather treatments in one of the hottest trends for this autumn winter. Read on as we share three of our favourites.

1. Lightweight and stackable this iconic design was developed by Fritz Hansen in the 1950’s. Originally with three legs the design was later revised and unveiled as we know it today.

Dot stool by Arne Jacobsen, £256, Fritz Hansen

This iconic design was first conceived by Arne Jacobsen and later developed by Fritz Hansen in the 1950’s

This iconic design was first conceived by Arne Jacobsen and later developed by Fritz Hansen in the 1950’s
Image courtesy of Fritz Hansen | Photography by Jens Bangsbo

2. Leather upholstery is crafted using traditional techniques known from saddle making. Available in two heights, the saddle like seat is mounted to the bearing structure and fixed with leather straps and steel wires.

Wire bar stool with matt black finish and British racing green leather, Price upon request, Overgaard + Dyrman

A saddle like seat is mounted to the wire frame and then fixed with leather straps

A saddle like seat is mounted to the wire frame and then fixed with leather straps
Image courtesy of Overgaard&Dyrman

3. Inspired by classic post-war design, customise the Canteen Utility chair with a choice of over 75 coloured leathers and one of four contrasting timber finishes.

Canteen Utility chair, Price upon request, Very Good & Proper

Customise the Canteen Utility chair with a choice of over 75 coloured leathers

Customise the Canteen Utility chair with a choice of over 75 coloured leathers
Image courtesy of Very Good & Proper

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