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Atelier Chair by Studio C Milano

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects

ATELIER CHAIR, Design by Studio C Milano, is an adjustable stool whose essential lines get right to the point. This is what you’ve always imagined a swivel stool should be. Materials like oak and steel emphasise its classic, timeless quality. Rotating the seat raises and lowers the height. Available in both high and low versions, the Atelier Chair is ideal for a variety of settings – offices, restaurants or homes. Available in four different semi gloss colours: white, black, navy green, light grey, and in one yellow glossy finishing. Additional RAL colours are available on demand, also starting from a single stool.

Manufactured with great care and precision, Atelier chair A1, the small version, with adjustable range of 20cm starting from 45cm, is  suitable for domestic use, restaurants, studios, etc. Atelier chair A2, the high version from 63 to 83cm, is ideal for work tables and kitchens or bars. During last Salone del Mobile fair, Atelier chair has been displayed in Milan in Pigr shop via Clusone 6, Merci Temporary shop in via Tortona 31 and in Cascina Cuccagna in via Muratori.

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Images: Alessandro Ruffini

5 Comments to "Atelier Chair by Studio C Milano"

  1. can I purchase this in the usa, ca. ?

  2. Dear Heidi and Adrienne,
    yes, Atelier chair could be sent to USA. We hope to have the name of a local distributor soon to share with you, but in the meanwhile you can write to info@pigr.it. If you let us know your address, we will provide you the shipping charges for the stools you would like to buy.
    Hope to hear from you soon,
    Francesca

  3. Thanks to you Adrienne for your post. Wishing you a nice day.

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