Organic, free-spirited, and designed for freedom of movement
The Leeway Stool maximizes freedom of movement within a minimal footprint. The unique crescent-shaped, cantilevered backrest attaches only to the back legs to provide a place to rest elbows while accommodating side to side leg movement. The stools have a metal frame, with a choice of wood or polyurethane for the seat and backrest with optional upholstery for wood seats.
Just Enough Elbow Room
The crescent-shaped, cantilevered backrest supports propped elbows and allows for the natural movements that occur during meetings and conversation.
Leeway’s curved backrest is supported only by the two back legs that extend up to meet it, a detail integral to the chair’s unique design.
Two Heights, One Look
The Leeway Stool is available in both bar- and counter-heights to offer a clean, uniform aesthetic throughout a space.
The Leeway Seating form emerged from designer Keiji Takeuchi’s desire to accommodate the natural movements of the body. “My work was not done until people were happy to sit.” Takeuchi says. “If people have any hesitation choosing my chair over something else, that means something is missing.”