A-BS01 Bar Stool

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Year
2021

This counter chair was designed during the planning for Blue Bottle Coffee Shibuya Cafe to match the dining chair. While it is a counter chair, consideration was given to the large-sized backrest, allowing you to sit in a relaxed manner for extended periods, and to making it comfortable to sit on.

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$ 1,700 

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Dimensions
Length
49
cm
Depth
47
cm
Height
95.5
cm
Materials

Pure Oak or Smoked Oak

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Additional Info

Made in Japan
Designed by world-renowned architects
Quality craftsmanship and sustainable design

A-BS01 Bar Stool

A-BS01 Bar Stool

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A-BS01 Bar Stool

Keiji Ashizawa

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Karimoku Case Study

Karimoku Case Study is a contemporary lifestyle brand, based in Japan and born out of admiration and love for serene beauty, material richness and timeless appeal. Inspired by the Case Study Houses, Karimoku Case Study draws on the visionary works of the architects for the iconic, modernist program.

Each of the collections are brought to life by Keiji Ashizawa Design and Norm Architects, through individual cases and the story of each collection is told through its native setting.

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Keiji Ashizawa

Keiji Ashizawa Design is an architecture and product design studio based in Tokyo, Japan. Formed in 2005 by Keiji Ashizawa, the studio is comprised of both architects and designers, all bringing unique skills to the team.

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