Kay + Stemmer Tuesday 12 Jun 2012

Part of Heal's ReDiscovers, Kay and Stemmer took inspiration for their Stride range from the Utility dining furniture designed by Christopher Heal in the 1950s.

The Stride dining table is made from a solid piece of American oak with softened corners and bull nose edging. The slender solid American oak legs taper elegantly up and are gun-stock-jointed into the underframe. A clear lacquer finish showcases the natural grain of the wood.

Also made from solid American oak, the Stride dining chair is upholstered in a Bute Melrose Jungle Green or Carbon Grey wool. The design of the chair is unique in that the arm frame sits at a purposely low height to functionally pull the chair towards the table.

Table/Dimensions: 90 x 200 x 74cm
Chair/Dimensions: 45 x 45 x 94cm

designer biog

Kay + Stemmer

Integrity, elegance, longevity and a love of wood are the core elements that make Kay+ Stemmer’s furniture so deeply pleasing. They are intuitive designers with a proven track record in creating covetable designs that fit perfectly into people’s lives and homes. Their pedigree can be traced back to renowned Parnham College in Dorset where they both studied fine cabinet making and furniture design. Their first collaboration was for exclusive ranges of bespoke furniture for luxury hotel Cowley Manor, which was then followed by private commissions and designs for retail. Kay+Stemmer respond to all briefs with the same passion and commitment to find the right design solution in form, function and feeling.<br /> <a href=""></a>