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June 4, 2005

Pantone Flight Stool

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Pantone, the paint people, are offering a limited edition Flight Stool that resembles their industry–standard paint chips.

Each $549 stool is handmade from 10 sheets of birch plywood veneer, laminated and lacquered, then silk–screened with the individual identifying Pantone number.

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The collection comprises eight color sets, each with six gradations of color, for a total range of 48 colors.

The stool was designed by London–based designers Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, the principals of Barber Osgerby.

Want one?

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Better move fast: only 50 were made, in varying shades of red, pink, orange and yellow.

Length: 400 cm length; Width: 415 cm; Height: 460 cm.

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They're available at www.pantone.com.

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Love these. Reminds me of the Pantone "fan" I used as associate editor of a magazine a few years back. Colors -- I want a job naming the hues, tones, shades and other variations.

Favorites:
Sistine Blue

Cosmic Latte (tan-ish shade that the universe mimics, according to NASA astronomers)

April Grass


Vellum

Spanish Lavender

Posted by: Mb | Jun 4, 2005 9:38:55 PM

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