With the evolution of the kitchen environment, structured with work islands and conversation and increasingly functional and performing decks, the stool is one of the protagonists of the living area of the house, coordinated with its furniture elements and furnishings. It can have a high or a low backrest, a wooden or a metal structure, with or without upholstery, as well as different heights available depending on the top with which is combined. Ideal also for hospitality environments, Bross offers different versions of stools with the WAM, Break and Path collections.
The WAM stool, part of the collection designed by Marco Zito, comes from the interlocking of two upholstered parts, which can be covered using the same finish or customized in contrast. The metal structure, black laquered, supports and retains the volumes for a seat height of 68 or 78 cm, visually interrupted on the front by a practical footrest consisting of a thin plate of the same material.
The front part of the Break’s backrest, signed by Enzo Berti, is the element which defines its aesthetic: covered in leather or fabric is in fact punctuated by thin decorative vertical seams, tone on tone, which deliver a contemporary quilted effect. The shape of the shell is sinuous and enveloping and the legs are in natural beech wood, dyed or matt lacquered, with circular footrests on four sides in satin chrome or bronze finish.
The contemporary design and balanced proportions identify Path, a collection created for Bross by Carlesi Tonelli. The seat, in leather or fabric, comes from the combination of a wooden lower profile and a light upholstery which perfectly outlines its shape, while the open backrest is ergonomic and comfortable. The structure, available in two heights, is in natural beech, dyed or matt lacquered, with bronze finish metal footrests.