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spirit barstool

spirit barstool
spirit barstool
spirit barstool
spirit barstool
spirit barstool
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Spirit Stools | By Tanju Özelgin

Spirit is a stool that requires production precision, where craftsmanship is the front-line. It is a great example of a combination of wood and fabric.

 

For the wood part, solid beech or ash is used by standard unless different wood specified. It has a very unique manufacturing method especially on the edges where the wood frame and upholstered part meet. Upholstered backrest and seat parts inserted into the channel opened on the wood frame. This technique ensures perfect seamless upholstery work.

 

It may be used in high concept restaurant and bars. Around any bar tables in modern but warmly bars. Or in design-oriented office break-out rooms. Wood part can be designed in a desired color wood stain.

Variants
  • Chair
  • Counter Stool
  • Barstool
Material

Solid beechwood frame, upholstered seat, and seatback.

Dimensions
  • Low Stool: 18" w | 18" d | 18" h | Seat 18"h
  • Counter Height: 18" w | 18" d | 26.5" h | Seat 26.5"h
  • Counter Height: 18" w | 18" d | 30.5" h | Seat 30.5"h

Tanju Ozelgin

Born in 1962, in Istanbul, Tanju Özelgin graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts Industrial Design Department of Marmara University in 1984. In 1987, Tanju Özelgin founded Scala Design, and in 1987 he designed and implemented projects for fair stands, yachts, showrooms, homes, offices, publicity campaigns, furniture, and industrial products. 

Between 1993-1995, he worked with IN Mobilya (IN Furniture), of which he was a founding partner and cofounded Parlak Kırmızı (Bright Red) in 1996 with Ertan Binme, where they concentrated on interior design projects and applications, designs and development of industrial products, preparation of digital and video graphics. Since 2005, he continues his work at TO Design Studio, which focuses on interior design and industrial product design. Özelgin also continues to work as a faculty member and project counselor since 1998. 

He is a jury member, exhibition participant, and workshop manager in many competitions.

B&T Design

Talip Aysan founded his Istanbul based company B&T Designs in 1993. At the heart of their brand were three keywords: “better”, “desirable” and “ worthy”. They would go on to build there, now, a global company in those words and ideas. The result was a line of instant classics that can be appreciated by any design fan.

High-quality commercial-grade, fresh, minimally designed, very unique line of collection.

Today, B & T exports stunning modern products to over 50 countries including the United States and Canada. Their design team of top Turkish and European designers such as Alp Nuhoglu, Tanju Ozelgin, Sezgin Aksu, Silvia Suardi creates groundbreaking modern designs such as the Green Lounge Chair, Pop Modular Sofa, Pera Chair Range, Absolut Table, Morph Sofa and so on..

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