Resident's bar and counter Pier offshoot takes the signature cylindrical structure one step further with a continuous sled base that makes it stackable—a unique feature not often seen in a high stool. Made entirely from solid oak, the seating employs only mortise and tenon joints that allow the wood fibers to run continuously throughout for sustained durability. A footrest ensures lateral bracing, all contributing to the beautiful economy of its functional silhouette in French designer Léonard Kadid's debut project for the New Zealand brand.
- Counter: 38.1" h x 18.1" w x 16.8" d (97x46x42.8cm)
- Seat height: 25.5" (65cm)
- Bar: 42.1" h x 18.1" w x 16.8" d (107x46x42.8cm)
- Seat height: 29.5" (75cm)
- Solid oak
- Due to the use of natural materials, each item is unique and may vary from image shown.
- Indoor use only
- 3-year warranty
- Made in Lithuania
“I’d be ripping my hair out if something took more than half an hour to put together,” says Resident founder Simon James on the subject of flat-pack furniture, something he knows quite a lot about. “Most of our products wouldn’t have more than five or six screws, maximum, nor do they take longer than 5 or 10 minutes to put together.” That’s just one of the innovative qualities of the New Zealand contemporary design and manufacturing company established in 2011. With equal parts dedication to an authentic brand of craft and an eclectic but refined aesthetic, Resident has quickly made a indelible impression.
Set up in a cleverly international way with a small head office in Auckland and a distribution hub in the UK to equal the supply-time equal of its European counterparts, Resident manufactures both in New Zealand and Europe. (Partner Scott Bridgens’ knowledge of logistics comes from previously working as operations manager for Brit design firm Tom Dixon.) A small stable of designers, artists and architects—all New Zealanders and based in various parts of the globe—keeps things tight design-wise. As Simon says: “We’ve gone with people we know and whose work we admire.”