Heceta

An efficient and timeless silhouette gets a modern mastering. Heceta stools meld faceted and smoothed forms to prove once again that the details make the design. Made of solid Ash or solid Walnut, Heceta’s sculpted seat conceals a swivel that automatically returns to center. Opt for a natural cork seat for added softness and warm material mix. A tubular steel foot ring offers an opportunity for a dash of color. Available in bar, counter, and dining heights.


Stools

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Stools 7374-11WDB

  • Bar Height
  • Swivel
  • Backless

Dimensions

  • Width 23.0"
  • Depth 23.0"
  • Height 31.5"
  • Seat Height 31.5"

List Price (standard finishes)

  • Ash Plank: $2,063
  • Walnut Plank: $2,381

Stools 7374-14WDB

  • Counter Height
  • Swivel
  • Backless

Dimensions

  • Width 21.5"
  • Depth 21.5"
  • Height 25.5"
  • Seat Height 25.5"

List Price (standard finishes)

  • Ash Plank: $2,024
  • Walnut Plank: $2,327

Stools 7373-16WDB

  • Dining Height
  • Swivel
  • Backless

Dimensions

  • Width 20.0"
  • Depth 20.0"
  • Height 19.5"
  • Seat Height 19.5"

List Price (standard finishes)

  • Ash Plank: $1,977
  • Walnut Plank: $2,277

Range

Heceta is available in a range of standard configurations. View the complete Pricelist below.


Finishes

Pricing shown is for standard finishes. Download the pricelist for complete pricing information.

Metal

Powder Coat - Color

CLD

Cloud

CMT

Cement

MTL

Gunmetal

FLX

Flax

FST

Firesticks

SEA

Deep Sea

VBG

Vandenberg

Powder Coat - Neutrals

SRG

Sugar Gloss

SGM

Sugar Matte

CBG

Carbon Gloss

CBN

Carbon Matte

Powder Coat - Metallics

SIL

Silver

LD

Lead

BRZ

Bronze

Wood

Ash

ASH1

Shoji

ASH2

Cinder

ASH3

Storm

ASH4

Dirty Martini

ASH5

Terracotta

ASH6

Cove

ASH7

Jalama

ASH8

Natural

ASH9

Coal

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Design

Studio Gorm

Studio gorm is a design office founded in 2007 by John Arndt and Wonhee Arndt. They design products, furniture, lighting, interiors and exhibitions. They work for a variety of international clients. Their designs are informed by their speculative academic research which explores culture, history and technology and how objects and ideas evolve to fit the needs of modern life. While they work as designers of functional objects they have backgrounds in sculpture and craft which strongly informs their work. Their methods are rooted in physical making where objects evolve out of an experimental constructive approach to design. Their products are simple practical and thoughtful, approachable forms designed for everyday life. Their office is based in Eugene Oregon where they are both professors in the Product Design Department at the University of Oregon.