Housefish takes counter measures with the Lock Counter Stool, a variation on its seating series. Merging technology and craft to produce clean-lined and comfortable seating in eco-minded fashion, the Denver-based studio combined quotidian plywood with powder-coated steel. The computer-driven design reflects company founder Scott Bennett's previous turn as a race-car engineer. Assembly is a snap: slide the seat into the locking notch in the back and insert just 4 screws. In maple or walnut veneer over multi-core plywood that's locally sourced and sustainably harvested, with eco-friendly finishes and paper-based flat packaging.
Counter: 39" h x 18" w x 23.5" d (99.1x45.7x59.7cm)
Seat: 24.5" h (62.2cm)
Bar: 44" h x 18" w x 22" d (111.8x45.7x55.9cm)
Seat: 29.5" h (75cm)
Laser cut and formed steel, maple or walnut veneer over FSC certified multi-core plywood
Zero VOC clear finishes on the wood, zero VOC powder coated finish on the steel
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“People I would hang out with.” That’s who Housefish founder Scott Bennett says most of his customers most likely are. People in tech or other forward-thinking industries, with an appreciation for pared-down furniture without any fuss, created with both digital techniques and hand-crafting. And ecologically minded, cognizant of local sourcing, sustainable materials and non-toxic finishes.
Scott launched his Denver furniture company after an unlikely left turn from his previous career as part of the design team for racecars. Driven by a childhood love of F1 racing, he earned an automotive engineering degree from Loughborough University in England. Having had a hand previously in engineering cars that have won the Indy 500, Indycar championship, and Baja off-road races, now Scott applies his fascination with sleek lines and functional technology to the ever-present demands of everyday living.