Bar stool by Arne Jacobsen
The Dot Bar Stool by Fritz Hansen is a design by the Danish designer Arne Jacobsen, which he created in the course of the design process for the Ant Chair in the 1950s. The similarities between the two seating objects are clearly visible, so that they can also be combined excellently with each other.
Three-legged bar stool with leather seat
The three-legged bar stool is ideal for use at the bar or at your own counter table in the kitchen. A footrest at the appropriate height ensures comfort, so that many pleasant hours can be spent on the stool.
While the frame is made of powder-coated or chrome-plated steel, the seat is covered with soft leather, which sets noble and high-quality accents. Fritz Hasen consciously uses his resources and uses leather for the stool, which comes from cuts for the egg armchair or the swan armchair.