It’s there when you need, but can be put away after! These great stackable chairs can be piled up and stored away to free up floor space when you don’t have need for them.
23 August 2018
Text by Aditi Gaitonde Fernandes
#1 Broom chair
Invest in the Broom chair by Philippe Starck to create a stackable sculpture in your compact home. Made by Emeco, this chair is reclaimed, repurposed and recyclable. It has been manufactured using 75% waste polypropylene and 15% reclaimed wood fibre that would normally be swept into the trash. Now how green is that!
Available at Space Furniture
#2 Newson Aluminium Chair
The Newson Aluminium Chair by Knoll will fit right into a modern home. Inspired by the iconic cantilevered chairs of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, designer Marc Newson’s new expression comes 90 years later. It’s a synthesis of simplicity, material and precision. And it can be easily stacked.
Available at Proof Contract
Designed by Brogliato Traverso, Newood by Cappellini is an elegant stackable chair with a sturdy ash structure. It’s designed as a contemporary interpretation of the classic Windsor chair and is characterised by full and empty volumes as well as advanced technological techniques and manufacturing skills.
Available at Haworth
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