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Petstools

Stool
Hanna Emelie Ernstring

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€390.00

Daisy and fin, are an invitation to curl hands and feet into the folds of material. Straight from the wor ld of Hanna Emelie Ernsting, Petstools are ready to invade our homes, ensuring with their quilted fabrics and padded bodies a comfor table welcoming seat.
Petstools have removable covers, this facilitating maintenance of the covers by dry cleaning.
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ENVIRONMENT: indoor

MADE IN EUROPE 

MATERIALS :

  • Solid beech,steel, grained epoxy paint

DIMENSIONS :

Chaise DOJO
L: 48,5 cm | 19.1 inch
W: 50 cm | 19.7 inch
H: 81,5 cm | 32.1 inch
H1: 45 cm | 17.7 inch
POIDS: 6 kg | WEIGHT: 13.2 lb

packaging
L: 49 cm | 19.3 inch
W: 50 cm | 19.7 inch
H: 90 cm | 35.4 inch
POIDS: 6,5 kg | WEIGHT: 14.3 lb

Bridge DOJO
L: 51,5 cm | 20.3 inch
W: 50 cm | 19.7 inch
H: 75,5 cm | 29.7 inch
H1: 45 cm | 17.7 inch
POIDS: 7 kg | WEIGHT: 15.4 lb

CREATION ET EDITION : 2016

CARE :

  • Clean the structure with clear or soapy water without detergent. Wipe carefully to avoid traces of limestone. For very encrusted traces, use an alcoholic window cleaner
  • Clean the fabrics regularly with a half-power vacuum. For the tasks, clean with a soft, lint-free cloth (slightly damp)
  • Do not use abrasive or metallic sponge or scouring powder or any other detergent
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Hanna Emelie Ernstring

Hanna Emelie Ernsting is a German-American designer, born 1983 in Göttingen, a University town in the centre of Germany. From 2004 to 2010 she studied product design at the HfG in Karlsruhe and at the ENSAD in Paris. Hanna started her own design studio in Frankfurt in 2011. Since then her designs have been exhibited at fairs and exhibitions worldwide and her work has been distinguished with awards such as the Interior Innovation Award by the German Design Council.

EDITORIAL

Animal stools

 PETSTOOLS are not only tools, but delightfully playful and cozy companions enhanced with new aspects. You can put your feet up.. or plunge them into the soft material to warm them