Zum Bar Stool by Missana

Zum Bar Stool by Missana, designed by Carlos Jiménez

At the heart of the Zum Collection lies a strong concept: the cylindrical structure that serves as the nexus where form seamlessly meets function.

The legs of each chair and stool converge within this cylindrical core, ensuring structural integrity while contributing to the collection’s contemporary allure.

The Zum collection includes chairs, low stools, bar stools with and without backrests.

Finish:

Aluminium Structure

Foam CMHR (high resilience and flame retardant) for all cushion filling systems

Curved plywood seat

Choice of colours RAL

Available in a range of house fabrics

Dimensions:

High Bar Stool with backrest – 490mm x  500mmD x 1000mmH, 790mm Seat Height

High Bar Stool without backrest – 490mm x  500mmD x 790mm Seat Height

Low Bar Stool with backrest – 490mm x  490mmD x 890mmH, 690mm Seat Height

Low Bar Stool without backrest – – 490mm x  450mmD x 690mm Seat Height

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Brand:Missana
Lead time:12+ weeks
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Missana

Missana is passionate about the world of upholstery. Based for more than 20 years in Valencia, Spain, Missana have created furniture collections that express their design vision combined with traditional hand made design.

Missana’s collections are the result of a harmonious union between craftsmanship and an eye for detail, visible in the most classic part of their catalogue and now freshly trasnferred to new designs.

Two complementary styles combined and improved to make it possible to offer elegant and distinguished furniture, but at the same time contemporary. With special attention on ensuring durability and by using high quality materials presents unique furniture made to survive our time.

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About the designer

Carlos Jimenez

Carlos Jiménez, began his career in Malaga in 2008 and moved to Sweden in 2011 due to his interest in Scandinavian design.

After living in various European cities, he returned to Almería, where he established his own studio in 2017.

His work focuses on product, furniture, and lighting design, combining Mediterranean and Scandinavian influences to create award-winning projects widely recognised in the media.

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