BIG CHUB III Series
This variant is currently sold out
** Please note, the lead time on orders placed after 15th November, 2020 will have a 9-12 week lead time.
The BIG CHUB III is the taller, leaner friend to the original CHUB. Looks fantastic next to the smaller Chubs and perfect for a side table or a stand/plinth.
The Biggest Chub is a result of experimentation with colour and form with the ever-present need for purpose and functionality. Be it a stool, bed-side table or even step ladder this design can be seen as a highly practical art object for the home. With its cheeky bodily form and popping colour, the character of this stool will enhance any space while lasting the test of time with its sturdiness.
The CHUB was thoughtfully chosen to be made of Aluminium as it is one of the most sustainable building materials in the world. Aluminium is highly recyclable and has a life-span measured in decades rather than years.
The CHUB stool has been designed for use both indoors and outdoors. Due to high-quality powder coated finish, the stools will withstand most weather conditions.
Dimensions 400mm wide x 200mm deep x 750mm high
-Chub is in Light Lilac, Dust Storm and Yellow in Photos.
-Available in colour ways listed on the Deluxe Powder Coat Range here; https://duluxpowders.com.au/colour/
-If you see a colour you would like, select custom colour and write the name of the colour in the notes on checkout
Interstate depend on delivery location and number/size of order. Local pick up is available from the Gold Coast.
We will organise the courier for you, please get in touch and we will provide you with a quote to your location.
Please note there is a nine to twelve week lead time on this product as they are made to order. Refer to the policy page for the terms of sale for the Bread and Butter Collection.
With a background in boiler making, Jack and Mark Fearon, brothers and all-rounders in the fields of both design and trade, lead a versatile, material-based practice. Their projects range from large scale (building water trucks to architectural joinery) to smaller scale one-of-a-kind pieces of furniture for the home and workplace. The duo creates their furniture designs out of a multitude of materials, often returning to metal as their finish of choice.