As if it were carved from a mineral block, the lightly faceted seat from the Grafite stool sits on top of an extra thin base, creating a perfectly graphic line. The ibride signature on its openwork design allows for a subtle game of perception on the timeless nature of its silhouette, giving an allusion of either robustness or lightness, depending on the chosen perspective. The natural shape of the seat gives it, above all else, a real ergonomic comfort with two height adjustments. The density of its anthracite material, with a half-sedimentary and half-burnt wood aspect, guarantees durability and weather resistance, for a lasting indoor/outdoor dual-use.
Can be used BOTH indoors and outdoors.
Design: Benoît Convers
Material: High Pressure Laminate
Color: Charcoal grey
Dimensions: H. 17.7"
Made in France
Since its creation in France, ibride has blossomed through a series of unique collections, where each and every object, the fruit of personal intuitions and convictions, embraces its own mythology.
The company, a collaboration between artistic director Rachel Convers, designer Benoît Convers and editor Carine Jannin, blends graphics with design to tell stories. The trio produces whimsical pieces including trays featuring creatures dressed in sumptuous clothing.