Sheru Barstool, (Casual Upholstery Look)

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Sheru Barstool, (Casual Upholstery Look)

Walter Knoll

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The design language of our popular Sheru program is continued in this elegant barstool, which offers a soft and comfortable seat at a bar, at a high dining table, or for a short meeting in a modern office. It can be upholstered in casual or formal style, and all upholstery covers are removable.

Light, versatile, sustainable. Our Sheru barstool with backrest is available in two different seat heights, covered with leather, fabric, or a combination of both. Like all Sheru models, the barstool effortlessly brings together a balance of work, life, and feeling good. Thanks to new chAIR technology, the breathable design offers exceptional seating comfort and ventilation. Innovative and environmentally friendly: Sheru makes minimal use of material for an upholstered chair. All the materials can be easily separated after a long lifecycle, and separately re-used.

Maximum variety and use possibilities. Sheru barstool is part of a family of chairs and armchairs that can be combined very harmoniously. All models follow the same design language, and together they offer a homogeneous impression.

Sheru Barstool, (Casual Upholstery Look)

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Dimensions (cm)

Low W50 x D49 x H95

High W50.6 x D51.4 x H105

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EOOS was established in 1995 by Gernot Bohmann, Harald Gründl, and Martin Bergmann after their graduation from the University of Applied Arts. Operates in the fields of premium furniture and product design for clients such as bulthaup, Carl Hansen & Søn, Herman Miller, Walter Knoll, etc. EOOS has dedicated to projects in social and sustainable design and developed contributions to international exhibitions. For EOOS, design is a poetical discipline between archaic and high-tech. EOOS examines rituals, myths and intuitive images as a starting point within the scope of the Poetical Analysis®.
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