With its slim silhouette and distinct personality, the Pauline bar stool is a sophisticated furniture design, reflecting the spirit of the mid-century Danish Modern movement and uniting craft, core values and design. Named after the wife of Ernst Kruger – second generation of Brdr. Kruger – Pauline tells the story of more than 130 years of craftsmanship shaped by a contemporary sensibility.
The seat is made from either solid wood or semi uphostery. The chairs is availbale in two seat heigths.
Pauline is designed for versatility. Each component of the chair is optional and designed from modular thinking, offering a wider spectrum of usage.
Thomas Lykke, designer and creative director, OEO Studio, says:
“The simple construction and look of PAULINE has been accomplished by combining thoughtfulness with craftsmanship. The bar stool features some of the signature details found in our first two designs for Brdr. Krüger, including the characteristic bone detail observed in FERDINAND and the front legs of THEODOR, yet PAULINE maintains her own subtle personality”.
OEO Studio is a multi-disciplinary design studio, established in Copenhagen in 2003 and focusing on product design as well as interior architecture and brand innovation. The award-winning studio is headed by designer and creative director Thomas Lykke and CEO Anne-Marie Buemann. With a great sense of respect and empathy, OEO Studio seeks to touch and inspire people on an emotional level, to create engaging design.
The base is made from either wood or metal in various finishes.
The light, simplistic design and function of the stool make it suitable for both domestic and hospitality use.