The Lem S80 Bar Stool Powder-Coated Frame 66-79 has been created by Shin Azumi and Tomoko Azumi for the brand Lapalma. This imaginative stool debuted in 2000 and was named after Lunar Excursion Module LEM - the vehicle which landed on the moon in 1969.
The Lem S80 Bar Stool 66-79 Powder-Coated Frame wouldn't have been found on the module itself. Instead, the idea was to create a stool defined by lightness and space age aesthetics. This is achieved via a slender Multiplex seat which curves down at the front, while an upward curve at the back creates a short backrest. Below the seat lies a steel foot support and column which links to a circular base.
Both the seat and powder coated frame of the Lem S80 Bar Stool 66-79 Powder-Coated Frame can be customised in different colours. A swivel mechanism can rotate the seat through 360 degrees, and owners can also vary the seat height between 66cm to 79cm if needed. The seat itself measures 37cm wide by 42cm deep, while when the backrest is included the total height is 87cm. Finally, the underside of the base is covered in felt, making it safe and easy to slide the stool.
light blue/lacquered/WxHxD 37x87x42cm/frame light blue powder-coated
pearly white/lacquered/WxHxD 37x87x42cm/frame pearly white powder-coated
dove grey /lacquered/WxHxD 37x87x42cm/frame dove grey powder-coated
coffee brown/lacquered/WxHxD 37x87x42cm/frame coffee brown powder-coated
olive green/lacquered/WxHxD 37x87x42cm/frame olive green powder-coated
brick/lacquered/WxHxD 37x87x42cm/frame brick powder-coated