Tate Color Stool

Jasper Morrison

More than 20 years since the original version, this family of seats designed by Jasper Morrision now welcomes the Tate Color chair among the options which mark a profound revision of the look and finishes of one of Cappellini’s best sellers.

Tate Color comes in an array of stackable chairs and stools of two different heights, with a high or low backrest, and is made of aniline-stained ash plywood, in white, mud, anthracite, pumpkin, brick, grass green, petrol, and Prussian blue.

The base of the Tate Color chairs is available in a wide range of options: four legs with a satined stainless steel finish or matte satined lacquer in the shades of white, mud, black pumpkin, brick, grass green, petrol and Prussian blue; with a sled base, in satined stainless steel or matte varnished in white, black or mud; with five polished chrome spokes, with feet or castors.

The four-legged version in stainless steel can also be equipped with a reclinable table in thick black laminate.


The materials available to professionals in the sector.

Designed by
Jasper Morrison

Born in London, Jasper Morrison graduated from the Royal College of Art, in London, and opened his first studio in 1986, when he also began a long and fruitful collaboration with Cappellini.

This fortunate encounter between Jasper Morrison and Giulio Cappellini, two names that have left their mark in the design...