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Wire Bar Stool - Black

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  • Wire Bar Stool Black image.
  • Wire Bar Stool Black image.
  • Wire Bar Stool Black image.

Wire Bar Stool - Black

Delivered 10 - 16 weeks

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A member of Bertoia’s 1952 Wire Chair Collection, this iconic Wire Bar Stool is a sculptural structure, with clean lines of chrome-finished steel rods constructing its mid-century modern form. Together with the Diamond Chair and the Wire Chair, Bertoia’s interest towards the characteristics of metal and with his dedication and talent, he was able to produce pieces that serves as a tribute to the sparse nature of modern design.

Wire Bar Stool
Wire Bar Stool


Made from unique bended stainless steel rod frame, the Designer Editions high-end Style Wire Bar Stool is a study of space, form, and function. Complete with a leather pad upholstered in high grain leather, you can choose from black, white, deep red that attaches with practical snap buttons. This is a timeless piece that is built to last. As comfortable as it is attractive, this is the type of stool that starts conversations.


Wire Bar Stool
  • Frame: Stainless Steel
  • Legs: Stainless Steel
  • Fabric: Leather Pad
  • Style: Modern
  • Warranty: 5 Years
  • Assembly: N/A
  • Instructions: Included
  • Clean: Dust Cleaner
  • Dimension: Width 51cm, Depth 62cm, Height 102cm
  • Seat Dimension: Height 67cm
  • Packing Dimension: Width 62cm, Depth 56cm, Height 109cm
  • CBM: 0.378 Product Weight: 13kg
Inspired By

Harry Bertoia

Harry Bertoia was Italian-born American sculptor, printmaker, and jewelry and furniture designer. His genius mind and boundless imagination has created unforgettable and remarkable masterpieces that is still popular up to this day. He moved to America with his brother at the age of 15 and earned the skill of handmade jewelry in Cass Technical High School. In 1937, Bertoia received a scholarship to the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, where he studied until 1943. It was during this time where he met and worked with designers Charles and Ray Eames but he received no credit for his contributions from them so he left and moved on to join Knoll Associates in 1950. It is in his own metal shop in a corner of Knoll’s production facility that the ever-famous Diamond chair was conceived. And while he was only able to design crafted over 50 public sculptures, and created the Sonambient sounding sculptures. From biomorphic jewelry to 4-ton fountains, from children’s chairs to the asymmetric chaise, from singing rods to thunderous 10’ gongs, from color field graphics to layered monographics, one series of furniture before he died at age 63 from lung cancer.

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