Tokyo stool

Rodney Kinsman | OMK 1965

Tokyo is an elegant bar stool with a minimal footprint, well suited to both domestic and commercial environments. Originally designed in 1985 for London's Groucho Club, the stool's moulded polyurethane back rest is poised upon a tubular steel frame, available powder coated or in chrome. The ash veneer plywood seat panel is available stained or clear lacquered. 

W 430 x D 440 x H 890 mm

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Founded in 1965 by celebrated British designer Rodney Kinsman, OMK designed and manufactured much of the furniture sold through Terence Conran’s Habitat stores in the 60’s and 70’s. The OMK 1965 furniture collection combines these iconic 20th century products with new designs, marking a return to the retail and contract markets in 2017. 

This product is available at trade terms - please contact the SCP Contracts team on 020 7749 7399 for further information.