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Set of Two Bertoia Counter Stools

Was: $1,059.00
Now: $819.00
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  • Designed by Harry Bertoia in the 1950s the Bertoia Counter Stool comprises a tubular steel frame and a raised, stylishly curved seat. In its elegant casualness, the Bertoia Counter Stool is not only a quality piece of furniture for the counters or bars, but has also established itself as a stylish design classic for the living area. Parallel to the creation of the counter stool Bertoia also created the classic Knoll Bertoia chair.

    Material & Feature:
    • Frame: polished #304 grade stainless steel with chrome finish
    • PU leather seat pad
    • All materials are fire-resistant & non-toxic (Baby friendly)
    Dimensions:
    • Width: 21" x Depth: 23" x Height: 36"
    • Seat Height: 23.6"

    * All measurements are approximations.
  • Harry Bertoia (March 10, 1915 - November 6, 1978), was an Italian-born American artist, sound art sculptor, and modern furniture designer. At the age of 15, he traveled from Italy to Detroit to visit his older brother, however he chose to stay and enrolled in Cass Technical High School, where he studied art and design and learned the art of handmade jewelrymaking. In 1938 he attended the Art School of the Detroit Society of Arts and Crafts, now known as the College for Creative Studies. The following year in 1937 he received a scholarship to study at the Cranbrook Academy of Art where he encountered Walter Gropius and Edmund N. Bacon for the first time.

    Opening his own metal workshop in 1939, he taught jewelry design and metal work. Later, as the war effort made metal a rare and very expensive commodity he began to focus his efforts on jewelry making. Later in 1943, he married Brigitta Valentiner, and moved to California to work at the Molded Plywood Division of the Evans Product Company. He worked for them until the war ended in September 1945.

    In 1950, he moved to Pennsylvania, to establish a studio, and to work with Hans and Florence Knoll. (Florence was also a Cranbrook Graduate). During this period he designed five wire pieces that became known as the Bertoia Collection for Knoll. Among them the famous "Diamond chair" a fluid, sculptural form made from a molded lattice work of welded steel.

    In Bertoia"s own words,"If you look at these chairs, they are mainly made of air, like sculpture. Space passes right through them."

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  • Designed by Harry Bertoia in the 1950s the Bertoia Counter Stool comprises a tubular steel frame and a raised, stylishly curved seat. In its elegant casualness, the Bertoia Counter Stool is not only a quality piece of furniture for the counters or bars, but has also established itself as a stylish design classic for the living area. Parallel to the creation of the counter stool Bertoia also created the classic Knoll Bertoia chair.

    Material & Feature:
    • Frame: polished #304 grade stainless steel with chrome finish
    • PU leather seat pad
    • All materials are fire-resistant & non-toxic (Baby friendly)
    Dimensions:
    • Width: 21" x Depth: 23" x Height: 36"
    • Seat Height: 23.6"

    * All measurements are approximations.
  • Harry Bertoia (March 10, 1915 - November 6, 1978), was an Italian-born American artist, sound art sculptor, and modern furniture designer. At the age of 15, he traveled from Italy to Detroit to visit his older brother, however he chose to stay and enrolled in Cass Technical High School, where he studied art and design and learned the art of handmade jewelrymaking. In 1938 he attended the Art School of the Detroit Society of Arts and Crafts, now known as the College for Creative Studies. The following year in 1937 he received a scholarship to study at the Cranbrook Academy of Art where he encountered Walter Gropius and Edmund N. Bacon for the first time.

    Opening his own metal workshop in 1939, he taught jewelry design and metal work. Later, as the war effort made metal a rare and very expensive commodity he began to focus his efforts on jewelry making. Later in 1943, he married Brigitta Valentiner, and moved to California to work at the Molded Plywood Division of the Evans Product Company. He worked for them until the war ended in September 1945.

    In 1950, he moved to Pennsylvania, to establish a studio, and to work with Hans and Florence Knoll. (Florence was also a Cranbrook Graduate). During this period he designed five wire pieces that became known as the Bertoia Collection for Knoll. Among them the famous "Diamond chair" a fluid, sculptural form made from a molded lattice work of welded steel.

    In Bertoia"s own words,"If you look at these chairs, they are mainly made of air, like sculpture. Space passes right through them."

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  • 5
    Title of review Joseph Z.

    Posted by Joseph Z. on 2021 Sep 4th

    Needed something simple and elegant of my new breakfast bar and these are perfect! Thanks a lot!

  • 4
    Title of review Jackson B.

    Posted by Jackson B. on 2021 Sep 4th

    Well packed and lovely. Amazing quality. Will buy from here again.

  • 4
    Title of review Angele M.

    Posted by Angele M. on 2021 Sep 4th

    Good shipping, tracking and delivery. Awesome quality. If you want nice replicas at affordable prices, buy here.

  • 5
    Title of review Lori C.

    Posted by Lori C. on 2021 Sep 4th

    Omg I love how these stools complement my kitchen island! They’re so tall and gorgeous! I love the material and the net-like design! really glad I bought these!

  • 5
    Title of review Yoyo L.

    Posted by Yoyo L. on 2021 Sep 4th

    I live very far away and shipping took a long time. But the quality is very good and I think worth the wait.

  • 5
    Title of review Vera S.

    Posted by Vera S. on 2021 Sep 4th

    Took a great and it’s worth it. Very good quality, this is definitely what I want!

  • 4
    Title of review Masa T.

    Posted by Masa T. on 2021 Sep 4th

    Looks amazing! I just needed a stunning piece to complete my space and this chair fits perfectly!

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