Delivery scheduled from 23-07-2019 to 29-07-2019
Delivery scheduled from 27-08-2019 to 02-09-2019
Miniforms stool, Pelleossa model.
Simplicity and lightness characterise Pelleossa, a wooden stool perfect to furnish the dining area.
The slight wooden structure is inspired by the Italian chair of pre-industrial times and is built with an unique technology, the lathe.
The structure elements are moulded and assembled to recall the natural reduction of the skeletal system. The frame is proposed in natural beech, natural oak, Canaletto walnut or in black aniline dyed wood. Pelleossa is equipped with a handy wooden footrest and a little backrest.
The seat, supported by elastic straps and without padding, is made of natural leather available also in a wide range of colours.
Attention! To choose the right height, consider that between the seat of the stool and the table top there must be a space of 25 to 35 cm.
Designed by Francesco Faccin.
Depth 44 cm
Width 42 cm
Seat height 67 cm
Height 80 cm
Shipment and delivery time
This product is immediately available in the specified quantities and variants and it will leave our warehouse within 24 hours after order confirmation.
If payment is done during the following days, time of delivery starts from the payment date.
Delivery date is an estimate and can not be considered binding for Sediarreda srl.
Time of delivery could change due to the summer break of the productions and the limited transport service.
Discover the brand
Miniforms starts from Inveta, Industria Veneta Tavolinetti. An international company that collaborates with young designers to produce original and ironic furniture and décor complements. A wide production that, starting from the '80s, added solid tables, padded chairs, bookshelves and lamps.
Miniforms' offer is an abridgement of design and precious materials, without giving up quality. Wood, glass, ceramic and metal are the testimony of a sustainable production, careful of the environment.
Miniforms, thanks to its stylistic peculiarity, won some important recognitions, such as the “Contemporary Design Group Award” in 2005, given to Caruso, the wooden sideboard designed by Paolo Cappellom for its creativity. Miniforms furnished restaurants, studios and lofts all over the world. An original and upbeat brand, always capable to surprise.