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Ovata | bar & Counter Stool

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COMFORTABLY SEATED FOR HOURS ON END

With the Ovata Bar and Counter Stool, the Ovata series welcomes two additional designs to the family. Carefully dressed in the finest tactile fabrics and reiterating the distinctive pleated detailing at the backrest, the designs prompt a sensorial experience, that will make one feel at ease when seated – conversing, working, or sharing meals.

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Dimensions

Materials

STRUCTURE INTERIOR: Frame made of plywood.

 

STRUCTURE PADDING: High resilient, polyurethane foam.

 

SEAT: High resilient, polyurethane foam, with dacron padding.

 

BACK: High resilient, variable density, polyurethane foam, with dacron padding.

 

COVER: Fixed.

 

LEGS: Oak veneer and FSC certified solid oak, black/dark brown stained.

Maintenance and care

For maintenance of fabric and leather, please contact your retailer.

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Drawings

Certificates

BIFMA

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ELEVATED TO NEW HEIGHTS

 

For Note Design Studio, the overarching goal was to make something that looked, felt, and spoke through the language of comfort and the result is accordingly a design that promises comfortably seating for hours and hours on end. Long, slender legs in either brown or black stained oak elevate the design to new heights.

 

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CONSIDERED DURABLE DETAILS

 

To further ensure the design’s durability, the foot support has been reinforced with a discrete aluminium profile, stained to blend in with the tone of the wood.

 

 

Explore the Ovata Series:

 

Ovata Dining Chair

Ovata Dining Table

Ovata Lounge Chair

 

 

 

NOTE Design Studio

Note is a Stockholm-based design studio founded in 2008 working within the fields of architecture; interior; product and graphic design as well as design strategy. Our philosophy is to stand out from the crowd: “To note something, to get noticed: we are named after what we try to achieve. We like to pay attention to our surroundings, and try to create things that make others do the same. By looking at what is unique in every project and emphasizing that, we transform non-material values into tactile objects and spaces.”

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