Skagerak | Vent Stool

$799

Designed by Chris Liljenberg HalstrÌüm

With its slim, black steel frame and classical seat of braided paper cord, Vent Stool has an organic look that will easily complement both modern and traditional interiors. Vent means 'wait' in Danish and the stool was originally designed to offer people a seat at Museums while observing and enjoying the artworks. The seat is hand-made in collaboration with the Danish socio-economic company Blindes Arbejde which employs visually impaired people in the manufacturing of traditional, handcrafted design.

Steel/ Black*
WxDxH: 43x29x44 / Seat H: 44cm

Steel is not only a timeless and sturdy material – it is also easy to maintain. The material strength enables designs with thin profiles and various forms and patterns. To ensure a smooth, even finish on the surface, the steel has been spray painted.

Cleaning and Maintenance

  • Use soapy water and wipe with a dry cloth.
  • Although sturdy and resistant, painted steel is not invincible and scratches in the coating can appear. Recoat the stracthes with our special touch-up paint.

Paper cord is a natural, long-lasting and comfortable type of material. The weaving is a time-consuming process carried out by hand – ensuring the best results and durability.

Cleaning and Maintenance

  • Red wine, jam, fruit juice and other foods with strong colour may cause discolouring of paper cord if spilled. In case you stain the seat, we recommend to use a damp cloth to clean it off immediately after spilling. Make sure you don’t rub the liquid further into the paper; simply blot the stained area with the cloth. Do not apply harsh cleaners as it might harm the material unnecessarily.
  • Paper cord requires little to no maintenance due to its natural and strong features, but it is not totally unbeatable. New jeans and other strongly dyed textiles might discoulour the material.
  • Over time, the paper cord will gradually take on a beautiful, darker patina.

*This product has a warning label due to "Chemical/Toxicity" in accordance with California Proposition 65 (Prop 65) and the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA)




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