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Adam + Harborth Design | Krull

Furniture Adam + Harborth Design | Krull

Adam + Harborth Design | KrullStackable stool with handle

Take your place. This Hochstapler* charms with functionality and striking simplicity of form. A multi-purpose centre slot allows for both easy stacking and comfortable carrying. Without effort Krull provides unexpected guests with extra seating and smoothly slips back into the stack once they leave. Up to six stools can be stored on top of one another, efficiently using your space. The sculptural quality of this stacking stool is accentuated by different cross-beams. Krull is ideal for flexible seating arrangements in personal and contract furniture areas.

* German wordplay meaning an impostor; someone who is stacking things high

Adam + Harborth Design | Krull

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