richard lampert presents tom stool collection by alexander seifried
richard lampert: H57 chair + tom stool collection by alexander seifried
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a tubular steel frame with either two or three cushions pile on top of each other in alexander seifried‘s ‘little and fat tom’ stool and ‘big tom’ barstool for richard lampert. stacked like colorful jaffa cakes, the furniture collection incorporates interchangeable covers, available in both leather and fabric, adapting to various interior spaces. available in three different sizes, and multiple color combinations, the seating series was conceived to complement lampert’s ‘H57 easy chair’ from 1957 by herbert hirche for both home and contract use.
the H57 easy chair from 1957 by herbert hirche with the ‘fat tom’ three-cushion footstool design in various colors
D: 520 mm x H: 430 mm
the H57 easy chair from 1957 by herbert hirche with ‘little tom’ two-cushion footstool design in black
D: 520 mm x H: 430 mm
stacked like colorful jaffa cakes, the collection incorporates interchangeable covers, adapting to various interior spaces
D: 370 mm x W: 515 mm x H: 700 mm – 800mm
big tom bar stool in leather
D: 370 mm x W: 515 mm x H: 800mm
H57 easy chair with blue 'fat tom' footstool
H57 easy chair with yellow 'little tom' footstool
H57 easy chair with brown 'little tom' footstool
800mm 'little tom' bar stool in black leather
H57 easy chair with 'little tom' footstool
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