Cone Stool

Author: Bianca KILLMANN Posted in Furniture

Year: 1958

A restaurant not only needs club armchairs, it also asks for (bar) stools – at least if it was opened like the Kom-Igen Inn end of the 50s. Thus Verner Panton together with the Cone Chair sketched the CONE (BAR) STOOL. The stool is based on the same geometrical basic form as his bigger brother and all the other remaining pieces of furniture of the Series K. With it the CONE STOOL, which is not built as a bar stool model any more, complements the Cone Chair. Nevertheless, in addition, the stool can be also placed as a unique, sculptural piece. It always harmonises with its sphere, because as all the other seat objects of the cone-chair Series K there is the CONE STOOL built in nine colour variations.

Material: laminated body, foot cross from brushed high-grade steel, polyurethane foam upholstery in nine colours
Manufacturer: vitra, Switzerland