The Zeb Stool, designed with typical understatement by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, was developed specifically for its purpose as a bar stool – right down to the very last detail. The round seat is available in several different versions; the sleek, leather model with thin padding offers added seating comfort.
Base: seat mount in die-cast aluminium; gas spring in chrome; height-adjustable swivel column powder-coated or chrome.
Seat: Liso split leather, slightly padded
Bar stools are often designed as part of a family of chairs. The Zeb Stool, by contrast, was designed by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby to fulfil the specific purpose of a bar stool: every individual component is precisely developed in the best quality for its designated function. All of its parts – seat and swivel mount made of die-cast aluminium, powder-coated column sleeve, chrome-plated gas spring, footrest and base plate – are precisely coordinated down to the smallest details. Thus they not…
Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby studied architecture as fellow students at the Royal College of Art in London. Since that time, their collaborative work has probed the interface between industrial design, furniture design and architecture.