Zanotta Sella Stool
The Zanotta Sella Stool - an icon of the Italien design of the 20th century - was designed in 1957 by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni. The brothers liked to use everyday objects - like a black saddle of a racing bicycle - to create something new and bizarre. At that time phones where generally fixed at the the room wall and a stool therefore represented the ideal mobile seating. However Sella was released at a time where the design was too radical for the people so Zanotta first serialized Sella in the 80s.
The Zanotta Sella Stool consists of a black saddle of a racing bicycle, a pink lacquered steel column and a cast-iron base.
|Details||- height-adjustable steel column|
|Material||cast iron, steel|
|Color Note||Please note that the colors may be different on your display device from the original colors.|
|Size (h x Ø) in cm||71 x 33|
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