Kevi 2052 Bar/Counter Stool — Black
Montana by Jørgen Rasmussen

This piece is part of the AAVVGG Archive and not currently part of the collection.

The origin of the Kevi design dates back to 1958 when Danish architect Jørgen Rasmussen created the Kevi swivel chair. With the invention of the double-wheel castors, the chair quickly went on to become an international success. After nearly 60 years on wheels, it was time to renew the iconic design, and the four-legged Kevi was born.

  • Jørgen Rasmussen, Denmark c.1958
  • Made in Europe
  • Seat in painted lazure with lacquered steel or chrome frame
  • Counter Height 66cm / 26"
  • Bar Height 76cm / 30"
  • Diameter  42 cm / 16.5"

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