// SALE // 'Svelto' Stacking Bar Stool – Ercol

// SALE // 'Svelto' Stacking Bar Stool – Ercol

450.00 750.00

Maker: Ercol | UK
Designer: Ruth Wassermann & Lisa Sandall
Year: 2016

This bar stool takes the circular motif from the Svelto coffee and lamp tables. Each top has an almost imperceptible concave dishing to increase the comfort of the sit. When not in use the stools form a beautiful geometric stack. The stools stack vertically. The underframe joins in a beautiful detail under the seat.

The Svelto range was designed with understated elegance in mind. The range takes inspiration from the catwalk, combining natural materials in soft shapes. The designs are achieved through Ercol’s skills and heritage in crafting solid wood.

- Family Owned Company
- Made in UK

- H 70cm, W 43cm, D 49cm

- Sustainable Plantation Oak
- Solid Timber Construction (No Veneer)

- Ex-floor or sample stock. This product has had minimal use. May have some slight signs of wear such as minor marks and/or scratches.


Please contact us to confirm availability. Only two available.

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Made by Ercol

Ercol was founded in England in 1920 by a young Italian, Lucian Ercolani. His simple goal was to make furniture that was well designed and made in a good working environment by craftsmen who took real pride in their jobs. Today, Ercol remains a family owned company committed to protecting and sharing its highly celebrated legacy.

Design has always been at the heart of ercol’s rich history – design for comfort, design for function and design for beauty.
— Henry Tadros | Fourth Generation Ercol

Designed by Lisa Sandall

Lisa Gould Sandall has been part of the ercol design studio since 2011; she has designed many popular pieces of furniture including the Shalstone bedroom range and the Svelto round stacking stool which received the Design Guild Mark Award for excellence in furniture design in 2015. 

The latest of Lisa’s creations is the Amelia, inspired by her values of developing fresh, interesting products for the modern home by bringing together new trend led ideas and combining these with the heritage and nostalgia that people associate with Ercol.