Adjustable Stool

Vitos adjustable stool with visible wooden screw. Available with coloured lacquer or wooden structure.


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Discounted Price: €343.27


Vitos is an adjustable stool in coloured lacquer; it is furniture piece with an extremely original design, which is able to wisely combine modernity and tradition.
The structure is available in several colours which can easily suit a house with a fresh and contemporary style. The wooden seat and the visible adjustable screw characterize this inimitable product.

available in three heights, which can in turn be adjusted in a range of 20 cm
structure available in 8 trendy colours
beech wood seat with a rustic style
innovative and detailed design

Materials and Finishes

- beech wood
- matt lacquer

Additional Information

Paolo Cappello
Country of Production
Number of Packages
4 kg / 5 kg / 7 kg
Cubic Metres
0,07 m³ / 0,15 m³
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This product reflects the creativity and originality that identifies the Miniforms brand.

The company set in Venice was founded in 1962 as en evolution of Inveta, specialized in coffee tables and small accessories. During the 70s and 80s Miniforms enters the international market widening its range of products: the production begins to include chairs, tables, bookshelves and accessories for the living area.

in 2009 the company has was taken in charge by a new generation that started a restyling right off: from an aesthetic point of view, with the collaboration of young Italian designers, and from a productive point of view, investing in state-of-the-art techniques.
Today the company offers a wide array of furnitures with a young and gritty style in which the combination of wood and colours plays a fundamental role. The materials go from solid wood to steel, glass and aluminium, to furnish a sober houses and for clients oriented toward a modern design.

In recent years Miniforms is achieving a resounding success and rising the interest of highly specialized magazines such as Domus, AD Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, Interni e Vogue Casa.
From 2010 the company takes part in the Milan Furniture Fair and in 2011 won the first edition of the Young&Design award with Otto table, designed by Paolo Cappello.

Miniforms: wooden design furniture


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