Trampolin chair has grown up!

New Bar Stool designed by Cuatro Cuatros for Missana

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Trampolin chair has grown up!
10/11/2016 - The Trampolin chair, designed by Cuatro Cuatros and part of Missana’s latest catalogue, has grown up into a high end bar stool in which the characteristic schematic lines that define this sophisticated and comfortable product can still be appreciated. This increases the possibilities of the outstanding Trampolin family with a bar stool suitable for the trendiest contract & hospitality projects. Trampolin chair Bar Stool

Trampolin chair Bar Stool

Unlike other bar stools, Trampolin offers a modern but contemporary design at the same time. It is resistant and extremely comfortable thanks to the padded upholstery due to which it already is a product under high demand on the market, all with a unique and exclusive design. Trampolín is a very chameleonic bar stool, its challenging structure seems to be suspended in a weightless state, almost floating. Trampolin chair Bar Stool

Trampolin chair Bar Stool

Febrik’s ash colour Uniform Melange was chosen for its launch. This fabric was combined with a pastel green lacquered metal structureand Kvadrat’s pink Waterborn 603 with an aubergine colour lacquered metal structure. The Trampolin bar stool keeps intact all the attributes that made the Trampolín chair the reference product that it is. Trampolín is a bar stool which structure dares to surprise everyone's perception, a very functional, comfortable and schematic product, with a high contrast between horizontal and vertical perspectives that results in amazing diagonal lines that make it looks like it is actually somehow suspended.


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Trampolin chair Bar Stool

Trampolin chair Bar Stool

Trampolin chair Bar Stool

Trampolin chair Bar Stool

Trampolin chair Bar Stool

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