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The Flight stool was originally conceived in 1998 for one of Barber Osgerby's architectural projects in London but also formed part of a sculptural installation for an exhibition called Living-Rooms at the Atlantis Gallery in East London in 1999. The stool has since been used in a project with Pantone where the stools were silk screened with a Pantone colour and number and used in high-profile shop window displays in Barney's of New York amongst others. The Stool is in the permanent collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.

Flight Stool

Designers: Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby

First produced: 1998

Dimensions: 400 x 415 x 460h

Finish: Oak, walnut or birch

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