Bar Stool No. 2, Eileen Gray 1928
Eileen Gray created not only classical seats such as sofas or chairs, but also a series of unconventional bar stools. Version no. 2, originally designed for the house E 1027, also featured in her Paris apartment in Rue Bonaparte. In her Provencal country home, Tempe a Pailla in Castellar, she used a “Bar Stool” as a nonconformist seat at her drawing desk – another charming example of the versatility of Eileen Gray‘s functional design.
Frame in sectional steel, mounted on a steel base, lacquered in black or cream white. Two brushed stainless steel bars. Upholstery: polyurethane with quilting cotton, cover in leather. Details and colours see price list.
Authorised by The World Licence Holder Aram Designs Ltd, London