Jamaica Bar Stool (2000s)
Made by Knoll
This is a single (multiple stools are available, priced individually) Jamaica bar stool, originally designed by Pepe Cortés for AMAT-3 in 1993. These stools are a later Knoll & AMAT-3 production from the 2000s. For context, Knoll was the US distributor or seller for AMAT-3 designs. The design incorporates a polished cast-aluminum seat, and has chromed steel legs. The Jamaica design is an important piece in the history of Spanish Design. The seat is sculpted in an ergonomic form that offers more comfort than one would think. While these appear quite modern upon first glance, this design plays well in various design schemes. The design has been on the market for over 25 years and has become a modern classic.
The listed price includes one stool. Eight are available. Each stool measures 31.89 inches in height, 14 inches in width, and 13.25 in depth. The seat height is 30.32 inches. The stools are in excellent used condition with minor wear consistent with age. These are not the lower counter stools.