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VILHELM Bar stool

Laurits Gersbøll




Material and finish:Oak
Sale price€420,00 EUR
Delivery time: 1 week
VILHELM - Bar stool Sale price€420,00 EUR


A bar stool for your home

At MAKE nordic, we have bar stools in two different heights. The low bar stool has a height of 65 cm and the tall model has a height of 75 cm. You usually choose a bar stool of 65 cm for a normal kitchen table height. If the bar is one meter or more, you must choose a bar stool of 75 cm. With the two options, you can choose just the height of the bar stool that best suits your home.

MAKE a difference

"We strive to create furniture of high design quality, with great consideration for the environment, and with the smallest possible footprint on our shared earth. Because if there is something that follows us for a long time in this life, it is our furniture. When we produce the furniture in good quality, and take good care of them, they can last for many years and perhaps be passed down for generations. That way, we can perhaps make a small difference and minimize the buy-and-throw-away mentality."

- Line Olesen, Founder

Laurits Gersbøll

Laurits Dam Gersbøll is 25 years old and comes from Hobro, close to water and nature. He is a trained furniture designer from VIA Design in Herning, where he graduated in 2019. In the same year, he participated in Milan Design Week, which is known as the largest and most popular furniture fair in the world. In continuation of his interest in furniture design, he is also deeply fascinated by sustainability and how it can be used as a starting point for designing furniture. He finds it exciting to challenge our way of viewing the world through design. Design that always questions common considerations and perceptions helps to broaden our perspective. In addition to furniture design, Laurits also has an interest in product design, photography and graphic work. At MAKE nordic, Laurits is behind our VILHELM bar stool, which was designed for Grønbechs Hotel in connection with the renovation of their bar.

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