Designed by Jasper Morrison.
A precise high stool design that uses materials sparingly and is light in both weight and appearance.
The Slatted stool is a beautifully balanced piece with a simple silhouette, as you would expect from Jasper Morrison.
It was originally produced in 1986, reissued in 2015.
Made in Lancashire, UK.
T2.7 mm CNC bent tubular steel frame.
5 mm thick rolled steel slats.
Available in black powder-coated textured finish only.
W 48 × D 29 × H 70 cm
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British designer Jasper Morrison set up his Office for Design in 1986, and saw some of his earliest designs produced by brands including Aram, SCP and Cappellini, later going on to collaborate with Alessi, Flos and Magis. However his work isn’t confined to the domestic sphere, spanning several categories including transport and exhibition design, as well as town planning.
Morrison has held solo exhibitions around the world, and continues to partner with the likes of Muji, Camper and Established & Sons through his studio, which has offices in London, Tokyo and Paris.