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Clic Low Stool

By Chris Adamick, from Arktura Furniture
$500.00
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  • Made in USA
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Design by Arktura.

Exploring the simple elegance of a three-legged triangular form, the versatile Clic Stool may be used as a seat or as a side table. Available in 15 distinctly modern powder coat finishes.

Also available: Clic Barstool.

The Clic Stool is produced with wind and solar power, as are all products from Arktura. Their approach to sustainability begins with a commitment to make quality products that last for a lifetime; and continues into their manufacturing process. Many Arktura products are made of recycled steel and aluminum, which in some pieces contain up to 100% recycled content. And all metallic pieces produce zero landfill waste from manufacture.It's great for both indoor and outdoor use.

Dimensions
  • 17"W X 15" D X 18" H
Material(s)
Powder coated aluminum or stainless steel
Notes
Arktura uses a zero VOC, environmentally-friendly powder coat finish.
Item Number
ARK-CLIC-LOW-STOOL
Model(s)
CLIC-LOW-STOOL

Design by Arktura.

Exploring the simple elegance of a three-legged triangular form, the versatile Clic Stool may be used as a seat or as a side table. Available in 15 distinctly modern powder coat finishes.

Also available: Clic Barstool.

The Clic Stool is produced with wind and solar power, as are all products from Arktura. Their approach to sustainability begins with a commitment to make quality products that last for a lifetime; and continues into their manufacturing process. Many Arktura products are made of recycled steel and aluminum, which in some pieces contain up to 100% recycled content. And all metallic pieces produce zero landfill waste from manufacture.It's great for both indoor and outdoor use.

Arktura

Arktura is a U.S. based design and manufacturing company, born out of the minds of architects. Arktura is focused on the integration of design, with the development of new and novel manufacturing technologies. These technologies will set Arktura's designers free to explore new forms and use materials unseen in the industry. Arktura is focused on cultivating the talent of both emerging and established designers of a diverse array of fields; from architecture to automotive design, to deliver extraordinary pieces that set new standards for creativity and innovation.

Arktura also believes in the sustainable future of the environment. Arktura's approach to sustainability begins with a commitment to make quality products that last for a lifetime; this philosophy continues into the process of manufacture. The majority of Arktura's products are made using a high quality powder coat finish which doesn't release toxins into the environment during application or in your home. Arktura strives to feature products that use recycled content, and have recyclable scrap material. In addition, Arktura's products are made using solar and wind power.

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Chris Adamick

Chris Adamick studied fine art at UCLA and Environmental Design at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. Chris currently designs with Rios Clementi Hale Studios in Los Angeles where he explores projects in scales that range from large urban spaces to consumer products. Chris's work has been featured internationally in magazines such as Surface, Wallpaper, Interior Design, Metropolitan Home, Frame, Mark, and Monocle. Chris was a featured speaker at the 2007 International Contemporary Furniture Fair and his work has been shown at ICFF, NeoCon and NeoCon West, and at the A+D museum Los Angeles. Chris shows new work with test-collective, a collaboration with designer Piotr Woronkowicz established in 2007. Chris believes that design allows us to create new ways to interact with the world and exposes meaning in the ways we already do.

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