The Park stool is a close relation of the galvanised and painted steel rod chair by the same name.
Like the latter, it is also stackable and maintains the same sober and rigorous lines and light appearance, guaranteeing great stability thanks to the choice of material and the sled frame on which it rests. As demanded by its “role”, it reinterprets the concept of height, being available in a 66 cm-high version for the home, or in a 77 cm-high bar version to which is added a footrest. Designed by the German duo Neuland Paster & Geldmacher, it is suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
Eva Paster and Michael Geldmacher met while studying at the University of Applied Sciences in Munich; in 1999 they opened their studio “Neuland Industriedesign” in the Bavarian capital. Until 2005 Eva and Michael dedicated themselves to classical industrial design (medical technology, products for the outdoors, games and cosmetics). Since 2005 they have started designing furnishing items for international clients, receiving several prizes for their works, among which the 2006 Elle Deco Design award, a nomination for the 2007 Compasso D’Oro, the Chicago Good Design award, the IF Product Design Award and a nomination for the German Federal Republic Design Award.
Nowadays, Eva Paster and Michael Geldmacher are also university professors and share the same “creed” in design:
“The products are an expression of life’s vision. By taking the changes in values and systems into account, we seek new formulations. In this way we reappraise the functions, discovering a new aesthetic expression.”