Height: 27.2 in. (69.09 cm)
Width: 21.6 in. (54.87 cm)
Depth: 14.5 in. (36.83 cm)
Seat Height: 24.8 in. (63 cm)
Weight: 37,5 Lbs ( 17 Kg)
The Wanderlust counter stool belongs to a collection of minimalist and serene pieces where exclusivity and precision are shown in small details such as the hand-turned metal nuts and bolts that fix the leather surfaces, that go unnoticed at first sight.
The robustness of the steel structure is combined with the delicacy of the rounded edges. The matte metal finishes evoke the passage of time and are complemented by vegetable tanned cowhide leathers that age gracefully with its use.
The Wanderlust counter stool is designed and conceived as a tribute of Bauhaus tribute, the phrases "Less is more" and "God is in the detail" from the German American architect and industrial designer Mies van der Rohe, one of the pioneers of modernist architecture, define this collection.
All pieces are done with cold bended steel rods, polished, nickel plated, colored by electrolysis, and lacquered. The process of polishing and lacquering the steel, goes through a manual and delicate chroming process, which gives its final and unique metal color finish. This precise technique gives a uniform metallic finish of minimum 50 microns over the entire Surface.
Our metal finishing has successfully passed a corrosion resistance test in a salt spray chamber according to UNE-EN ISO 9227: 2017 and UNE-EN ISO 1456: 2010. Our signature screws are made with brass turning lathed, polished, and lacquered, these are the pieces that fix the saddle leather to the metal frame.
Leathers are Spanish hides vegetable tanned. We use premium saddles in multiple colors to adjust to your taste and interior needs. This traditional vegetable dying and tanning method is an organic technique that relies on natural tannings from bark or plant tissues. The use of oils and natural fats give the leather a distinctive flexibility and texture, allowing it to be molded, retain its shape and age graciously.
All skins are carefully selected from food industry sub-products, with a minimum thickness of 3.5 mm / 0,02 in, using the part of the animal's shoulder, which allows for larger pieces and uniformity, even though signature wrinkle from the animal’s neck may be recognizable.
he vegetable tanning is a traditional and artisan treatment, which is respectful to the environment. Even with careful selection natural marks as a result of the contact with other animals, the age, origin and characteristics of the skin, or even the season in which the tanning takes place cannot be avoided. We still believe that these factors only add authenticity and uniqueness to every piece.
Our leather parts are made with double saddles, always showing the top side of the hides that presents the better quality.
With the aim of creating customized pieces, clients can select from the various metal finishes, and leather colors to create pieces that complement their home décor. Leather colors available, black, navy, dark brown, cognac and natural tobacco, and steel polished finishing available, aged brass, black smoke and aged silver.
Normally we use tone on tone threats for stitches, but client can select a contrast option, being possible to select any color to make a unique piece for the project it belongs.
The finish on the edges of our leather components are sanded and hand painted. We have the option of select an alternative color if not tone on tone will be applied.
Please consult in case you are interested on having a particular heat embossing stamp on the leather with your own branding.
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