Trispace Stool

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Trispace Stool

The Trispace Stool is as much an engineering accomplishment as it is a stunningly simple design. Using lightweight materials to create a stool weighing less than 10kg/22lbs, Woodgate and Barnard achieved something incredibly simple, yet complex in design construction.

The stool pairs soft, warm leather with the elegance of the industrial stainless steel tripod legs, with the seat perfectly balancing on top of a single point where the legs meet the leather pad.

Two Royal Designers for Industry, one from the world of furniture design, and one from the world of Formula 1 racing car design, collaborated to create the Trispace Stool, a super-slim three-legged counter and bar stool.

"The design is a blend of precision engineering and minimal design" says designer Terence Woodgate about the Trispace Stool he designed with Formula 1 race car designer John Barnard.

"The concept for the rotating stool came about after seeing the neat rectangular stainless steel section tube. We realised that it would work really well structurally and aesthetically as the legs for a stool. We then set about designing a simple bearing based on PTFE discs. A leather upholstered injection moulded foam seat pad make a beautiful contrast to the brushed stainless steel."

  • Made in Thailand


Assembly for the Trispace Stool

  • No assembly required

Care notes for the Trispace Stool

  • Use a dampened, soft, non-abrasive, lint-free colourless cloth to wipe the entire surface of your wood, moving in the direction of the grain.
  • Dry the wood using a second non-abrasive cloth. Remember to wipe in the direction of the wood grain.
  • You do not need to polish the wood as part of your regular maintenance, but polishing can restore the wood’s natural shine if it begins to look dull.
  • Never use wax-based polish or ammonia-based cleaning products on your wood.


  • Stainless steel frame – leather upholstered injection moulded foam seat pad with ply base
  • PTFE rotating mechanism
  • Injection moulded plastic foot

Additional Information


Bar Stool: 76.6cm / 30 1/8″, Counter Stool: 66.6cm / 26 1/4″


Products which are held in stock may be delivered within 2 weeks of order. These are indicated when you select your requirements. Sofas & Armchairs are made to order and take 6-8 weeks to arrive with you, although some items are in stock and can arrive faster. Please speak to one of our team who can advise you on stock levels.

The cost of your delivery is automatically calculated at the checkout. It is based on the total order value of products being purchased.

Order value Standard Delivery* Dedicated Delivery**
£0—£299.99 £25 £50
£300—£599.99 £35 £75
£600—£999.99 £60 £85
£1000 + £80 £100
  • * Standard Delivery refers to 1-Man Kerbside Delivery, No Assembly. Maximum 10 items.
  • ** Dedicated Delivery refers to 2-Man White Glove Delivery & Assembly

Click & Collect is available for some items from our London showroom or Croydon warehouse. You will be offered this option in the checkout if your order is available for collection.

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We hope you are delighted with your purchase from Case Furniture. However, if you would like to return any items or your purchase is unsuitable (certain restrictions apply), we are happy to provide a refund or exchange assuming that the goods are still in their original packaging and in a fully resaleable condition.

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Terence Woodgate and John Barnard

Terence Woodgate initially trained as a design engineer, however, fascination with purer forms of design led to a decision in the mid-80s to retrain as a furniture designer at the London Guildhall University.

Attracted to the conceptual as well as the hands-on aspect of designing furniture, Woodgate opened his first studio in London in 1988 and began to build his reputation as a thoughtful designer of both style and practical innovation.

John Barnard is one of the most innovative racing car design engineers of his generation. He gained a diploma from Watford College of Technology in the 1960s and unlike many of his contemporaries he did not follow a lengthy academic career, instead choosing to join General Electric Company plc.

He was first thrown in the limelight after he won the USAC series and Indianapolis 500. He pioneered and built the world’s first carbon fibre monocoque, winning three consecutive Formula One world championships for McLaren.

Distinctively he has been technical director ⁄ chief designer at both Ferrari and McLaren.

Read more about Terence Woodgate and John Barnard

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