Pit bar stool
The Pit bar stool is a striking bar stool which provides excellent seating comfort. The recycled steel frame is epoxied, but can be chromed. The seat of sustainable wood can be colour stained, varnished or upholstered.
Pit upholstered bar stool provides excellent seating comfort. Choose leather, stamskin or one of our environmently friendly fabrics.
Uni and colour? Pit makes it possible by giving both the wooden legs and the seat the same colour. Striking lacquer colours ensure unity.
Too bold? Choose soft pastels or natural stain colours.
Chair series with a compact, modern, homely design.
- Application: chairs for visitors, meetings and conferences for all kinds of environments such as classrooms, offices, team workplaces, waiting rooms and so on. The bar stool is a nice seating area for high tables.
- Ergonomics and comfort: the seat is made from nine layers of beech veneer pressed into shape. The concave shape of the seat and the resilient backrest feel comfortable. The position of the seat on the base makes this a very comfortable chair, even without a table.
- Gliders/caps: metal 4-leg chair has self-aligning leg caps, the wooden legs are equipped with plastic gliders. Wire frame can be fitted with gliders.
- Base: sled wire frame.
- Chromed metal frame.
- Seat: varnish, colour stain, colour lacquer, seat upholstery, fully upholstered.
Epoxy and lacquer
Pit bar stools are designed, developed and produced in Holland.
Made in Holland: Vepa distinguishes itself by producing everything in its own factories in the Netherlands. Our wood, steel plate, steel pipe, powder coat, wood spray, upholstery and final assembly department form a complete production line within one company.
LCA: By using independent life-cycle assessments (LCA) we create insight into the environmental impact of a product. By carrying out an LCA during the first stage of product development, following designs are easier to improve in a later stage. In addition, an LCA also provides insight into the most important factors that contribute to environmental damage. These factors are used as starting points for redesign or as focal points for improvement. The LCAs are executed in accordance with ISO 14044.