Stool with tubular steel frame
The Pavilion Bar stool from & tradition was in its actual form as a chair for the Langelinie Pavilion designed in Copenhagen. The event building was rebuilt in 1958, after its destruction during the 2. World War, by the architect couple Eva and Niels Koppel and built as a homage to modernity.
Borrowings of modernity are also found in the design of the by Anderssen & Voll designed Pavilion Bar stools again. Its frame consists of slender, bent steel tubes, which provide for an airy, light overall appearance. The designer duo emphasizes: "Tube chairs had their beginnings in early modernism, but they were usually constructed at fixed angles. We wanted to explore a more open construction, a freer form of expression." Anderssen & Full
The backrest and seat are made of wood veneer and ensure a high level of seating comfort thanks to their ergonomic design. Also thanks to the footrest many comfortable hours can be spent on the Pavilion bar stools. Available in two heights, the stool can be placed at the high table in the kitchen as well as at the home or public bar and convinces with its timeless design.