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In the hallway, kitchen or bedroom – there is always a need and space for a stool. And since you can stack them, two or three stools take up as little room as one.

Article number101.356.59

Product details

The stool can be stacked, so you can keep several on hand and store them on the same space as one.

Designer

Ola Wihlborg

Article number101.356.59
  • Seat/ Foot:

    Polypropylene plastic

    Leg:

    Steel, Epoxy powder coating

    Wipe clean with a mild soapy solution.

    Wipe dry with a clean cloth.

    For maximum quality, re-tighten the screws when necessary.

  • This stool has been tested for home use and meets the requirements for durability and safety, set forth in the following standards: EN 12520 and EN 1022.
  • Possible to separate for recycling or energy recovery if available in your community.

  • Assembly instructionsMARIUS Stool101.356.59
    Other documentsMARIUS Stool101.356.59

Measurements

Tested for: 100 kg

Seat diameter: 32 cm

Width: 40 cm

Seat height: 45 cm

  • MARIUS
    StoolArticle no101.356.59

    Width: 43 cm

    Height: 5 cm

    Length: 46 cm

    Weight: 1.81 kg

    Package(s): 1

SustainabilityPeople and planet

Energy and resources

Sit or put your feet up on recycled steel

Did you know that steel is one of the most recycled materials in the world? That’s why we love to reuse it in products like MARIUS stool, which is made of 40% recycled steel. Combining it with plastic makes it a lightweight yet sturdy stool.

Material

What is steel?

Steel has unique characteristics when it is stretched and shaped since it remains strong. It provides strength to everything from skyscrapers and cars to bed frames and outdoor furniture. The steel industry is moving in the direction of more energy-efficient production and stronger steel qualities. It doesn’t lose any of its properties when recycled and today steel is one of the most recycled materials in the world.