Amelie Chair – Amelie is a model which combines a high level of comfort with a clear minimalist shape and a silhouette underlined by leather piping around the shell. Without armrests, the Amelie chair comes in three versions: while Basic highlights the design’s strict simplicity of form, the Classic and Fashion chairs use low-key stitching and a pursed rear on the back of the seat to add skillful accentuation to the minimalist look. The product family includes a chair with armrests as well as bar-stools and kitchen stools with higher or shorter backs as well as a bench. All Amelie products are available on a broad range of steel or wood frames, and covers for the front and rear of the chair may be combined at will, allowing you to create a fully customized look to match your style and space.
Kya Stool – Looking at the equestrian form of Kya bar-stool, it isn’t hard to see where Eva Paster and Michael Geldmacher of the Neuland design duo got their inspiration from. The exciting thing about transposing the shape of a saddle onto a bar-stool is that it allows the person sitting on it to change position, from the time-honoured perch to a real rider’s straddle; a welcome side effect of this variability is that it is also good for the back. To underline the horse-riding heritage of the model, the leather seat is composed of three individual sections of leather joined using distinctive double-stitching. Available in three heights as a bar-stool, kitchen stool, and stool seat, Kya comes either on a wooden or a steel frame.