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  • MDD BALTIC Basic high stool

    The designer Krystian Kowalski wanted the Baltic high stool to be as functional and universal as possible, but not at the expanse of the User’s comfort. It was achieved by the simple and carefully designed form of the plastic seat. It is also easy to clean, so it will be a safe choice for spaces used by various people. The seat is supported on a sleek metal base, which gives the whole stool a light feel. The high version of the Baltic seat will be perfect for canteens, bars and other dining spaces. It will also perform great in outdoor spaces.

    Product features

    • Comfortable plastic seat;
    • High powder-coated metal base;
    • Easy to clean and disinfect;
    • Integrated armrests;
    • Recyclable materials;
    • Designed for offices, homes and public spaces: kitchens, canteens, dining rooms, bars, restaurants and outdoor spaces


    • Elements that do not need our standards are processed into re-granulate and reused for the production of polypropylene seats.
    • Upholstered Baltic Soft Duo and Classic chairs are made using seats created during the change of granulate colours in the injection moulding machine.
    • Basic, Remix and Classic versions are made without upholstery staples. Fewer elements mean it is easier to reassemble and recycle the chair.
    • The cushion in Baltic Remix and Classic is fixed mechanically, with no need to glue it. As the foam is not glued, it is easy to separate it from the polypropylene inlay. That simplifies the recycling process.
    • Sustainable production – we are not indifferent to the environmental impact of our furniture, therefore we provide the essential information on the life cycle of our products through the Environmental Product Declarations (EPD).

    How We Give Back

    We believe in giving back; We are proud to give 1% of all orders directly to environmental not for profit groups whose focus is the protection, preservation and restoration of our planet. This means every time you purchase from us, 1% goes directly to an environmental cause.