Aaron Outdoor - es440

Bar stools from lapalma, Designed by Pio & Tito Toso

Product description

Minimalist and multi-tasking, AARON is a stool and a side table all in one. This extraordinarily contemporary solution reduces the amount of space occupied, ensuring privacy, social distancing and relaxation. The outdoor version, with a powder-coated AISI 316L stainless steel frame, simultaneously develops into an Iroko wood swivel seat and a quirky aluminium side table, also swivel. This original solution is ideal for furnishing outdoor spaces, both public and residential.


Trees can sense the warm season, as they start to grow again and each branch produces a new one. Also AARON, with its echoing vowels, announces the arrival of spring and summer, and the classic stool sprouts a side table. A single line, elegant and fluid, like only natural lines can be. This original combined seat and top adds extra functions, ensuring privacy and comfort in a very small space, perhaps because it was created thanks to the talent of two brothers, Pio and Tito Toso, or maybe because it was born in Venice, a city doubled in its waters. It has a metal column, at different heights, with a footrest and base that can be fixed to the floor. The seat is padded and comfortable. For Lapalma, it is a new outdoor masterpiece. For nature, it is one of her most beautiful designs.
Manufacturer lapalma
Family Aaron Outdoor
Architonic ID 20751355
Year of Launch 2020

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