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Item No. 100145199
HAY

Revolver Stool

$275.00
3.3 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100145199
HAY

Revolver Stool

$275.00

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  • Top portion of stool rotates 360 degrees.
  • Seat is slightly dished for comfort.
  • Two sizes and range of finish options.
  • 30" H 17½" W 17½" D
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Written by Leon Ransmeier for HAY
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Revolver Stool
$275.00

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A believer in the idea that “use follows form,” Leon Ransmeier added a unique twist (pun intended) to the Revolver Counter Stool (2011). Inside the base ring, or footrest, is a journal bearing that allows the entire top portion of the stool to smoothly rotate – or revolve – 360 degrees. As the top moves, the struts come in and out of alignment with the struts in the base, creating interesting visual effects. The slim seat is slightly dished for comfort. Made in China.
  • Top portion of stool rotates 360 degrees.
  • Slender seat is slightly dished for added comfort.
  • Three sizes and a range of finish options.
Brand
HAY
General Dimensions
  • 30" H 17½" W 17½" D
Assembly
Requires Assembly
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.
Counter Height

Counter Height

  • Height (in): 25½
  • Width (in): 17½
  • Depth (in): 17½
Bar Height

Bar Height

  • Height (in): 30
  • Width (in): 17½
  • Depth (in): 17½

Dining Height

  • Height (in): 19
  • Diameter (in): 15½
  • Depth (in): 13½
  • Powder-coated steel
  • Aluminum bearing

Leon Ransmeier

New York-based industrial designer Leon Ransmeier believes “use follows form.” His process – which always begins with a full-scale, usable prototype he experiences himself – is centered around this ethos, whether it’s a toothbrush, table, or stool. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, Ransmeier’s work is included in the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

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