is a chair for domestic / contract use that has a simplified footprint
to simplify floor cleaning, and is stackable. It is a pedestal stacker
constructed out of a powder coated tubular steel frame and laminated
plywood seat panels. My intention was to re propose some of the excitement
and simplicity that the bauhaus proposed and industrial processes
carried through the '50s and '60s, yet with a contemporary and practical
The detailing of the slot/handle and the two stainless
steel fixings are evocative of a generic imaginative robot, something
that existed in films back in the '60s, but that is barely a reality
now and adds to this quality.
Chair2 is the result of my original brief that was to create a chair
for domestic/contract use that had a simplified footprint for ease
of cleaning, and was stackable.
Chair2 is British Registered design No. 3012080
Q: Is it comfortable?
A: Of course! Most of its development was put into its ergonomics.
Q: Doesn’t it wobble?
A: Of course, however structural and ergonomic constraints forced
me to balance it in such a way that it’s movement is not
a problem, regardless of your body type.