Baraga, a small port in Michigan, was a natural stop for voyagers and traders in the 17th century. Like the port, the Baraga stool is a great place to perch for surveying one’s environment or for taking a moment’s rest. In three heights, with many powder-coat color options for its base, and in combination with oak, walnut, or PET felt seats, Baraga’s forward-looking take on a traditional seat furthers the principles of ergonomic and sustainable design concepts. The stool can be interpreted to suit many environments from the rustic and casual to the very sleek and corporate. Playful, soft, and colorful in felt, or very rich in wood grains, either natural or also beautifully colored, the result is very tactile due to the combination of its sculpted form and choice of materials.