Volar stools by Derlot with multicoloured frames

Volar stool by Alexander Lotersztain for Derlot

Dezeen Showroom: designer Alexander Lotersztain has created a stool named Volar for Australian furniture brand Derlot, which is characterised by its cantilevering wooden seat.

Available in two heights, the Volar stool has a circular seat made from American oak that sits atop a steel frame.

Two Volar stools by Derlot with orange and green frames
The stool's steel frame comes in a range of colours

"The Volar stool strikes the perfect balance between visual simplicity and physical tenacity," said Derlot.

"The cantilever design gives Volar a light sculptural form that charms from all perspectives, yet underneath this simple elegance is an unwavering sturdiness that makes Volar suitable for hospitality, residential or educational settings."

Close up of the Volar stool by Derlot with a dark red frame
Volar is designed for hospitality, residential and educational environments

The frame, which can be powder coated in a variety of colours, has a circular base with four legs. Two of the legs extend to support the cantilevered seat.

The stool is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, and users have the option to upholster the seat in a choice of fabric or leather.

Product: Volar
Designer: Alexander Lotersztain
Brand: Derlot
Contact: [email protected]

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