Dalton Bar Stool
Customer's own material
Dalton chairs feature an interesting detail, two bridges on the wooden construction. One for the front legs and one for the back legs and the frame joining them together. The resulting design is linear, formally clean and the very effective simplification in its construction translates into a tangible, almost graphic look.
Wood is a defining feature of the collection, to the extent that it has been used for the seat as well, where the strip of wood between the seat and backrest is not just an aesthetic detail, but constitutes the bridge of the back legs and is, therefore, an integral part of the architectural construction. The wood chosen for the collection is ash, a sturdy, yet lightweight and flexible with distinctive veining which makes each piece unique and one-of-a-kind.