HAY AAS 32 Low stool walnut - 65

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The practical and strong Hay AAS 32 stool has a simple yet strong visual appearance, ideal for use in private or public spaces.

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HAY AAS 32 Low stool walnut - 65

Hay AAS 32 Low Barstool Walnut 65 cm.

The HAY About A Stool AAS 32 Barstool 65 cm. is a design by Hee Welling. The idea behind the design of the About A series was to design a simple collection but with a radiant and striking appearance. We certainly succeeded with this beautiful AAS barstool! The ideal combination of functionality, comfort and form ensures a high class of perfection in the design. Due to its modest character, the bar stool is suitable for various purposes and spaces; from private, to business and public occasions.

This combination of the AAS32 combines a sleek walnut frame with a streamlined seat made of polypropylene.

The seat is available in a variety of colors; black, brick, concrete grey, cream white, dusty blue, dusty green, green, grey, hunter, khaki, orange, pastel green, soft black, warm red and white. The seat shell is made of polypropylene. The base is made of walnut wood. For optimal comfort, the bar stool is equipped with a footrest made of stainless steel, in addition, a matching black leather seat cushion is available for the AAS stool.

The Hay About a Stool AAS32 is 50 centimeters wide, 43 centimeters deep and 85 centimeters high. The seat height is 65 centimeters. Also easy to know: a bar stool with a seat height of 74 cm is ideal for a bar height between 100-105 cm. A bar stool of 65 cm is very suitable for a bar height between 90-95 cm.

About the designer:

Hee Welling is a Danish designer who graduated as a designer from the Danish Design School in Copenhagen in 2003, specializing in product and furniture design. Hee Welling's designs are deeply rooted in the Scandinavian design tradition, which is reflected in his simple, functional and sophisticated designs. Form and function are the two important guidelines in his works.

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