Famous Canadian pianist Glenn Gould was so attached to his personal piano stool – in reality an old chair which his father adapted to his own highly idiosyncratic seating requirements – that he refused to play without it.
In reality, it was deliberately designed this way, acting as a natural complement for the new 2019 armchair. In fact, its soft leather seat is enriched with handmade detailing identical to that on the armchair’s backrest, the capiton processing that has come to symbolise the quality and artisan expertise of the PNZ brand. The personality, great harmony and balanced proportions make it an independent and versatile item of furniture that is at home in any setting, whether on its own or combined with other furnishings.
The Nyatoh wood frame has a solid base with Wenge or Moka stain, with four slender legs that add a touch of lightness to the overall effect. The seat is padded with polyurethane foam while the spring system consists of elastic belts.