Meggy swivel and adjustable stool

Chrome frame with footrest.
Soft polyurethane foam seat.

Dim. cm. diametre 42 x H 69/84.
Seat height cm. 59/84.

Production time 7 weeks


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Meggy is a swivel and adjustable stool with a modern and original style.
Design by Arter & Citton studio.

It consists of a solid chrome metal frame and a moulded soft polyurethane foam seat for maximum comfort.


The seat is available in 4 colours:

  • white
  • grey
  • black
  • red


The base consists of a flat heavy metal circle.
The stool is height adjustable, swivel and has a comfortable footrest.
The frame is chromed.
Alternatively, it can be produced painted in the finishes: embossed black, embossed graphite grey or embossed white.


The seat size is L 37 x D 40 cm.
The stool is height-adjustable from 69 to 94 cm.
The seat height is from 59 to 84 cm.
The flat round base is cm. 42 in diameter.



Its fresh, youthful and dynamic style and the ability to select its colour, make Meggy stool versatile and suitable for all rooms.



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Arter and Citton

The Studio Arter&Citton, founded in 1990, operates through a wide range of projects within several areas including architecture, design, interior design, nautical projects, communication and visual selling. A variety of experiences, intentionally conceived like a “homogenous mixture”, and not intended to target a specialised sector, yielded advantages and remarkable synergies. During time new areas of exploration became available, leading in turn to greater freedom in project development. In 1997 a new laboratory was established within existing facilities, named D.MOD, its function being to explore new opportunities within the disciplines of both Urban and Alternative design, which are now enriched by other figurative expressions, namely photography, painting and sculpture. The objective of the lab is experimentation with innovative shapes and contents, applicable to the various intended areas. The main target is represented by project elaboration and learning from new experiences and derived knowledge. In this content of research, the projects acquire new validity as alternatives to the common forms of interpretation.