Afteroom Stools

Afteroom Stools

Designer Afteroom Studio

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Afteroom Stools

Afteroom Stools

Designer Afteroom Studio

With characteristic clean lines and a sturdy base crafted in tubular black powder coated steel tethered with cross bars, the Afteroom Stool is available with a painted plywood seat or with luxurious upholstery fabrics in a range of beautiful textures and colours. The stool comes in three heights – stool, counter stool and bar stool – making it easy to slide up against a bar or use as small-space or additional seating. In keeping with the original Afteroom chair design, this stool is sure to be embraced by those looking to enhance the seating in their commercial or residential spaces.

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Selected: Bar


Selected: Black Painted MDF

Regular price €255
Regular price Sale price €255
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SKU 9470530


Powder Coated Steel
Painted MDF


Dining Stool:
H: 47 cm
W: 45,4 cm
D: 45,4 cm
SH: 47 cm

Counter Stool:
H: 63,5 cm
W: 45,4 cm
D: 45,4 cm
SH: 65 cm

Bar Stool:
H: 73,5 cm
W: 45,4 cm
D: 45,4 cm
SH: 75 cm
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Afteroom Studio

Founded and directed by Hung-Ming Chen and Chen-Yen Wei, the studio’s mission is simply to create beautiful products which will increase in value with the passage of time — design with which one can grow old. The Taiwanese-born designing duo began their Stockholm-based design studio with the notion of creating modern objects that would only grow more beautiful over time. " Beyond their own work, they see their studio as a launching point for designers around the world who share their philosophy. The inspiration derives from an intriguing interest in forms, senses, proportions, materials and cultures. The thoughtful duo looks to the past as a route to the future, intending their products to grow as treasures, to take their place for the next generation of designers. Time passes and, Hung-Ming Chen and Chen-Yen Wei, that's just the point. The philosophy pivots around simplicity and honesty. The true essence of respecting wear and tear around the central idea of the passage of time.