BCN Disc Base Stool



Modernist design by Harry & Camila highlights the BCN Disc Stool with its distinctive and striking manner. The seat, made of a highly robust and heat-resistant plastic most commonly used for the electronics industry, is formed in an S-shape and emphasis is placed on the quality and advanced technology of materials. The stool is available in a plethora of neutral and brilliant colors from white to fluorescent green. It has become a welcoming fixture in commercial and hospitality spaces from Stockholm to Italy, and from London to Berlin.

Estimated Lead Time: 8 to 10 Weeks
Can be shipped within the EU Countries
  • Metal Finish: Polished Chrome Steel
  • Steel base with lacquer can match the seat color
  • Seat has a crystalline structure and is resistant to most chemicals
  • BCN Stool Collection also includes sled and the wood base options
  • Provides excellent flexibility under body weight
  • Suitable for both residential and commercial use
  • Made in Italy
    • Overall: 15.3"W | 15.7"D | 31" - 36.2"H
    • Seat height: 26.3" - 31.8"
      Harry Paul
      Known for projecting mysterious objects, exemplars of vibrant design of the 21st century, his resulting design approach concentrates on experimentation with materials, technologies and lines. Harry Paul works across a wide range of disciplines, from furniture (in- and outdoor), lightning and table top, to textiles, watches and golf shoes, to architectural & interior/stand commissions and unique sculpture pieces for clients world wide. Born in Breda, the Netherlands, class 1966, industrial designer with a degree from the Design Academy Eindhoven (former AIVE), where he, before graduating, 1992, under Lidewij Edelkoort and Axel Enthoven, won the 1st price in the European design competition for leisure of GE Plastics with a proposal for a custom made protective sports equipment. In 1994 with a scholarship he enrolled in the advanced Master course at the Domus Academy in Milan. Graduating that same year under Stefano Giovannoni with a number of proposal solutions for street prostitutes, being confronted with and sensible to the circumstances under which those prostitutes had to practice their profession in that city. The most practical and ingenious solution was the silicone carpet Aladino, a portable silicon display with accessories like lightning, alarm, heating, fan, communication, space for sex toys, etc. After freelancing for and signing with Giudo Venturini, Stefano Giovannoni and Mateo Thun, creating modern design icons like, Antonio (Alessi), Nonno di Antonio (Alessi), Fred the worm (Alessi), Ship Shape (Alessi), Bruce (Alessi), Can Can (Alessi), Bomba table (Magis), Mago Broom (Magis), Alessi Floss Torch, Aroma coffee cups (Koziol) and Vimar spa,  Supernova line of adaptors, plugs and sockets for the European market (-still sold till date),  in 1998, he established the studio Harry&Camila in Milan, taking on the art directions for TVS spa and theMICAM. Harry Paul has exhibited extensively around the world and won several awards including in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011 and 2014 the Good Design Award of the Chicago Athenaeum, world’s oldest and most prestigious award of its kind. Harry Paul has been a visiting professor at DA and IED.
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