Inspired by the traditional butchers block this series combines the clean lines of mild steel legs with the warmth of a solid American oak top for Indoor and Spotted Gum for Outdoor range.
WB SERIES STOOLS, BENCHES, CAFE TABLE, SIDE TABLE, CONSOLE TABLE, DINING TABLE & COFFEE TABLE
WB High Stool
- Solid timber seat
- Optional colour block
Lead Time Guide: 10-12 Weeks
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Referencing timber chopping boards, the WB "wood block" stools, benches and tables combine traditional materials to deliver a fresh aesthetic. The solid timber tops are CNC machined with profiled seat and routed edge detail. Standard timbers are American oak (indoor) or Spotted Gum (outdoor). Tapered mild steel legs with non-slip rubber feet may be specified in a choice of powder coat colours. The collection includes an indoor and outdoor range of stools and seat benches. The stools are available in three heights - low, mid and high and the seat benches are available for 2-3 seaters. New colour block option is also available for the indoor collections where the seat and the legs matches each other. Tables are also available as an indoor table that includes a side, console, 4-8 seater cafe table and high bench table. Outdoor tables includes a 4 seater cafe table and a high bench table either on glides or castors. The range combines the clean lines of precision cut steel with the warmth of natural timber. Subtle details merge the junction between seat and leg, blending the transition from timber to steel. The leg frame is available in an extensive choice of powder coat colours or zinc plate finish, the solid timber tops are finished in natural oil. The outdoor range is also available with a coffee table.
David Walley: Founder & Design Director David is a graduate of industrial design from Melbourne’s RMIT. He began his working life as a set designer for ABC television, later travelling to the UK where he forged a successful career as a freelance art director at the BBC and in the British film industry. It was during his time in London that David co-founded Yellow Diva design studio with architect James Davis. The brand launched its inaugural range of sculptural upholstered furniture to critical acclaim at Milan's Salone del Mobile 1996. David returned to Australia with his young family in 2008 and Yellow Diva was reborn in Melbourne. With partner Felicity Joll as Creative Director, the brand diversified into hospitality furniture with the introduction of the best-selling WB Series for Zenith in 2009. The Yellow Diva collection encompasses robust, eye-catching and innovative commercial furniture for indoor and outdoor environments, from workplace to residential.