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Stool_One

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Availability:
4 - 6 weeks
Manufacturer:
Herman Miller

*SOLD IN SETS OF 2 ONLY

The Stool_One looks at first glance like it might not be the most comfortable place to sit. But it is comfortable, and perched on the cantilevered seat, you feel completely secure. Designer Konstantin Grcic envisioned this seat as more void than solid, using the least material for the most “Wow!” And he made it clear complement to his Chair_One and Table_One designs.

Like Chair_One, Stool_One combines striking looks and real comfort. And it brings the same futuristic look into your environment. Reminiscent of the pattern on a soccer ball, the stool’s striking, sculptural form has garnered attention around the world. Three legs support the cantilevered seat. Stool_One is easily stackable. Stools with aluminum legs come with a red or white seat, and those with black legs with a black seat. Perfect for indoor and outdoor use.

DIMENSIONS
  • Counter-height
    • Overall: 29"H x 21"W x 18"D
    • Seat Height (SH): 26"
  • Bar-height
    • Overall: 33"H x 22"W x 19"D
    • Seat Height (SH): 30"

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MATERIALS

Legs in anodised aluminium, aluminium is painted in polyester powder or in polished aluminium. Seat in polished die-cast aluminium or in die-cast aluminium treated with sputtered fluorinated titanium and painted in polyester powder. Stool is flame retardant.

ENVIRONMENTAL

The goal was to form structures that yield the most function while using the least amount of material. 

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RETURNS & EXCHANGES

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Designer

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As a child, Konstantin Grcic loved building things. After high school, he began working for an antique furniture restorer, "because I wanted to learn how to make things properly," he recalls. That led to an apprenticeship with a cabinetmaker, where he discovered something he liked even better than building: designing. He then went to the Royal College of Art in London, where he found his true passion: designing furniture.

His work is known for its logical thought process, honesty of materials and respect for production methods, and his client list reads like a who's who in both furniture and household goods: Authentics, Flos, Iittala, Krups, Lamy, Magis, Moroso, Muji, Plank and Vitra, among others.

His partnership with Magis led to one of the most interesting and inventive chairs ever created: Chair_One. "This was a wonderful project to work on," says Grcic, admitting that his relative youth (and naïveté) led him down unexplored pathways with eyes wide open.

"This was possibly the first time ever that such a large die-cast was used for making a chair. Typically this technology is used for smaller components only," he explains. "It involved a lot of heavy tooling. I decided to break up surfaces into thin sections like branches and let the material flow through the mold to create the shape, which is kind of like a basket or a grid, and very three-dimensional."

It was also one of the first times he used 3-D computer modeling, "so for me, it was a very pioneering process and certainly a turning point for our studio," says Grcic.

Four years in the making, Chair_One went on to become a design icon and now resides in the permanent collections of many prestigious museums including MoMA in New York and Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, along with other Grcic pieces, such as his Mayday Lamp, produced for Flos in 1999.

Grcic feels very fortunate to be doing something he loves so passionately and hopes young designers starting out feel the same way. "Some people today think design is all about having fun, but that's not true," he states. "It's hard work, serious work. You have to think not only about the object you're designing, but everything else about it, from how it will be produced to who will be using it, to what happens to it after it goes through its life cycle. So designing is big responsibility. And I believe you can only do it well if you truly enjoy it."

Care & Maintenance

With regular care and maintenance, your Herman Miller product will provide many years of superior performance and satisfaction. To maintain quality, please follow the cleaning procedures outlined here.

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We recommend using a soft rag, either dry or wet. When needed, use ph-balanced soap diluted in water. Do not use abrasive sponges as they may leave scratches. Immediately dry after washing with a soft rag or chamois leather. Never leave water or other liquids to stagnate on metal parts. Avoid contact with all acidic substances. Periodic maintenance and cleaning allows the product to keep its original look and lengthens the duration of its performance.

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2 YEAR WARRANTY

What's Covered

Herman Miller's warranty covers everything—including electrical components, casters, pneumatic cylinders, tilts, and all moving mechanisms. It recognizes the changing nature of work and the need for products that can stand up to continuous use. This means that when warranty work is performed in the U.S. and Canada, Herman Miller foots the bill. They promise to stand behind their quality 100 percent. Designed to improve your environment whether it's an office, hospital, school, home, an entire building, or the world at large.

How to Schedule Service

If you need product service or repair, please contact the Herman Miller dealer or retailer. They will be able to make the final determination whether the issue is specifically covered under the warranty and eligible for replacement or repair.

Provisions that apply to all Herman Miller-branded products and services:

Herman Miller, Inc. (“Herman Miller”), 855 East Main Avenue, PO Box 302, Zeeland, Michigan 49464-0302, USA, warrants the products sold by it and its subsidiaries to be free from defects in material and workmanship, regardless of the number of shifts during which the products are used, for the warranty periods specified.This warranty covers the sale of Herman Miller product in all countries. During the applicable warranty period, Herman Miller, as its sole obligation, will repair or replace (at its option) any product, part, or component covered by this warranty and sold after the effective date of this warranty which fails under normal use as a result of a defect in material or workmanship; Herman Miller will repair or replace the aforementioned product, part, or component with a comparable product, part, or component.This warranty extends only to the original purchasers who acquire new product from Herman Miller, its subsidiaries, or its authorized resellers. Any product, part, or component must have been used according to Herman Miller’s published instructions and installed and maintained by a Herman Miller factory-trained technician or an authorized Herman Miller dealer installer. If these requirements are met, warranty coverage will be extended. Any misuse, abuse, or modification to the original product voids the warranty. Herman Miller does not warrant the performance of the product when used in combination with other than original Herman Miller product.The warranty period starts from the date of purchase.This document inclusively describes all of the warranties given and remedies available with respect to the company’s products and services. Herman Miller and its subsidiaries disclaim any other warranty whether express or implied, statutory or otherwise, in relation to the products.

Herman Miller does not warrant:
• natural variations in wood grain or figure or the presence of character marks
• changes in surface finishes, including colorfastness, due to aging or exposure to light
• marks, scars, or wrinkles occurring naturally in leather
• veins, marks, voids, fissures, or cracks found naturally in stone

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• failure resulting from normal wear and tear
• pilling of textiles
• the matching of colors, grains, or textures of natural materials
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• discoloration of Lyris™, Lyris 2, and any light-colored textiles due to soiling, stains, or dye transfer from clothing including denim
• foreign objects abrading fabric over time

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