The Covey Model Six stool joins playfulness with a delicate appearance, simplicity with strength. To adjust the height, the seat turns on a sturdy cast aluminum hub with a one-inch machined acme thread.
- Height: 23 - 28 inch
- Width: 17.5 inch
- Seat Diameter: 13.5 inch
- Nylon glides for the legs to protect floors
- Nylon insert for the adjustable seat thread for smoother action
Jeff Covey, a self-taught designer, began producing commercial and residential projects at his studio in San Francisco in 1996. In 1997 he developed the first prototypes of the Covey Stool. Each Covey Stool is hand-assembled and individually numbered in the US by Genesis Seating, a company committed to crafting classic, modern design. The stool has a subtly contoured seat for comfort and formed steel legs with nylon feet to help protect floors. An acme thread with a Delrin® sleeve allows smooth and easy height adjustment. Lightweight and very handsome these stools add a practical note to your home or office.
Jeff Covey Model 6 Stool Walnut seat Designed by:
- Jeff Covey
Jeff Covey, a self-taught designer, began producing commercial and residential projects at his studio in San Francisco in 1996. In 1997 he developed the first prototypes of the Covey Stool. He then went to New York with a refined prototype to assess possible interest in his first production-based design. Originally referred to as the "Covey Model Six Stool," the product shipped flat with six individual parts to be assembled by the customer.
Without an appointment he inquired at Knoll Inc., and met design director Carl Magnusson. Magnusson instantly recognized a classic in the making and made a phone call to arrange an appointment for Covey at New York's Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) the next day. It was during the MoMA meeting that Covey received not only his first purchase order, but also the funds he needed to start production and distribution of the stool.
The success of the Covey Stool caught the attention of Herman Miller Inc., and Covey licensed the stool to Herman Miller for five years. At the end of that time, Covey decided to take on the distribution himself while continuing the manufacture of the stool at the same facility that produces the Herman Miller Eames collection and Knoll Classics.