The Swing Stool from Gaber is something you’d expect to see in a contemporary art gallery. Created by designer Stefano Sandona, this ultra-modern barstool is a reflection of fine Italian furniture – the artist’s expression of a true love of interior design and creativity. This modern barstool features a sleek seat made of technopolymer, and is equipped with a sculptural backrest, which doubles as an arm rest, and makes this stool totally unique part of furniture. The frame and footrest are chromium plated, and the stool offers a gas-adjustable height for an equally versatile and conformable design. The base matches the seat. Ideal for the cool bar, a contemporary kitchen or as a conversation piece anywhere in the home, the Swing barstool comes in three classic colors – black, white or vibrant red – or for an added touch of luxury, opt for the leather-clad furniture design.
This totally unique patio table by Extremis puts an innovative twist on tradition in interior design. The Hopper table by designer Dirk Wynants was inspired by farmers, hoppers, long days in the fields and the communal celebrations that followed the harvest, at long rows of tables much like this. This modern variation features an industrial galvanized or powder-coated steel frame and exposed bolts, with a natural Iroko wood tabletop and benches. And we appreciate the version with the backrest rail! Also available with an integrated sunshade, this table is a great choice in open patio spaces where shade is scarce. The Hopper table is the recipient of the 2011 Interior Innovation Award and the coveted 2011 Red Dot “Best of the Best” Award.