The seley wooden stool is the result of two years of collaboration with Swiss designer Frédéric Dedelley. He based his concept on the basic principle of the horgenglarus chairs, which were developed in the 1920s and have lost none of their relevance today. Back then, a seat frame was created from a single piece of bent square timber that was so solid that the legs could be firmly screwed onto it. This created a chair that never wobbles, even under the heaviest of loads, and is nearly indestructible. The struts of classic bentwood chairs were no longer needed.
Seley consists of minimal parts, with two front and two back legs with a square cross-section, a seat and backrest. As usual from horgenglarus, the seat frame and legs are made of solid wood. The spring core seat cushion guarantees first-class comfort. It is then covered with leather or stretchy wool fabric. ‘seley’ is available in beech, oak and walnut and can be painted any color. The color of the fabric or leather can also be selected to match the wood tone. The spring core seat cushion is included as standard on every stool.