Geometric lines meet smooth curves in the 1960 Chair. The fluent curves of the plywood are supported by a square frame, which creates a lightweight chair with a dynamic feel. The 1960 Chair allows for comfortable sitting on a well-shaped plywood seat.The seat and backrest are also available with offset upholstery, which creates additional comfort without diminishing the contours and subtleness of the original design.
Material: powdercoated steel frame with oak plywood seat
- Size Description
W: 45,5 cm L: 51,5 cm H: 81 cm
Niko Kralj was born in 1920. Even as a kid he showed great interest in acquiring new knowledge. His excellent grades in school and passion for design led him to the Faculty of Architecture, where he became a model student and a demonstrator and later on even one of the most respected professors. His forward-thinking inventions and an eye for useful, but stylish solutions put him on a pedestal. He has become one of the most renown legends of timeless and minimalistic design.