Tecta D9 Chair

€1,045.00
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The D9 is based on a two-year design development by Tecta with the architect Wolfgang Hartauer, who knows the company like no other and has already designed numerous products for Tecta. The focus of the design is the original Bauhaus idea of ​​“floating and swinging”, that is, the desire for light, almost weightless sitting. From the side, the softly padded backrest dominates the shape of the D9, inclined, with a round edge, it flows around the seated person like a scarf and offers him an ergonomic and very comfortable seat.

From the front, the cantilever chair appears to float. 

The reduced geometry is based on a single endless steel tube. The D9 by Tecta stands for Bauhaus continuity like no other contemporary chair: Thinking about the future, transferring traditions,

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Specifications

Chromed Steel tube

Powder coated steel tube black

Size Description

Width 60cm
Height 80cm
Depth 52cm
Seat height: 48 cm

  • Wolfgang Hartauer

    <p>The qualified carpenter and trained architect, who freely admits he likes to work with his hands, went freelance in 2014 with his design firm Interior Things based in Holzminden. The central theme of his work is creating clear designs and order through passion and precision. Thus also arose “Meterware”, his desk and wall tray system.</p> <p>True to Hartauer’s intent, a design that urges: “Take me in your hands and move me!” Powder-coated aluminium profiles hold stylish wooden or felt trays. Everything fits, nothing catches, it’s all playfully experiential and accessible. Sensuous, tactile and precise, all at the same time.</p> <p>Asked what he will do in the next life, Hartauer is quick to respond: become a watchmaker. Surprising? Not really, rather the logical consequence of his approach to aesthetics and order, and truly befitting of him.</p>
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