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Amelie | Barstool High
Birgit Hoffmann >, Christoph Kahleyss >, Hoffmann Kahleyss Design >
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Seating-Bar stools >
Seating-Bar stools >

Product description

convertible femininity

This chair, featuring sophisticated details and boasting great versatility, exudes feminine elegance – in each and every version.

In the basic version, the piping accentuates the shape of the seat shell. The chair is also available with stitching in the lumbar area or in leather which is pulled taut at the back and fastened with a leather loop. The standard version of the frame is available in different kinds of solid wood, in coloured powder-coated steel or even stainless steel (brushed or polished).

The covers are available in precious fabrics as well as in leather and can be combined with one another. Amelie is therefore easily capable of quickly becoming your favourite piece of furniture.

Width: 41 cm
Height: 112 cm
Depth: 50 cm
Seat height: 82 cm
height footrest: 36 cm

Product family


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 skilful 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. 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 customised look to match your style and space.

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