- Designer: Iskos-Berlin for Hay
- Material: Moulded plywood seat. Solid matt lacquer oak legs. Steel footrest.
Soft Edge 72 - Desk Height: W: 36cm; D: 36cm; H: 47.5cm
Soft Edge 32 - Counter Height: W: 37.5cm; D: 37.5cm; H: 65cm
Soft Edge 32 - Bar Height: W: 39cm; D: 39cm; H: 75 cm
- Delivery: 6 - 8 Weeks
GREAT REASONS TO BUY THE HAY SOFT EDGE 32 STOOL
- Blending strong curves with extreme lightness, the Hay Soft Edge 32 Stool uses innovative plywood techniques to create a three-dimensional expression.
- Specially designed for comfort, the edges of the stool face away from the body to allow for constant shifting and movement. Stackable & lightweight, the 'Soft Edge' is suitable for homes or any segment of the contract market – from classrooms to cafeterias.
- With its matt lacquer wooden frame and three height options it will fit seamlessly into any home no matter what your interior style,
WHY YOU'LL LOVE THIS STOOL
The Soft Edge Stool has been designed by Iskos-Berlin, a partnership comprising of Boris Berlin and Aleksej Iskos whose motto is “changing within the changes” or “movement within mobility”. Produced by Danish design brand Hay, the Soft Edge's name comes from the fact that the softly shaped seat features edges that all face away from the body, optimising comfort by allowing for constant shifting and movement. The use of state of the art plywood moulding techniques enables a three dimensionality that's unusual for typical moulded plywood stool and gives the stool a light, timeless expression. This is enhanced by the matt lacquer solid oak legs and frame which create a feeling of seamlessness, symmetry and stability, making Soft Edge perfect for use in any segment of the contract market or in any room of the home no matter what your interior style.
Iskos-Berlin : "We see design as an art of storytelling. This story is normally quite complex, consisting of semantics, morphology, materiality, technology of objects and many other elements. But the clearer your story is, the more likely people are to understand it. The more surprising you make your story, the more likely they are to remember it. And finally the more you make people smile, the more likely they are to love it!"