Still Life Bistro Chair

Published on

August 7, 2019

Still Life is a compact and lightweight bistro chair with an unassuming character and understated charm.


The archetypal leg and frame construction are refined for strength and lightness; while the backrest, with logic that may seem less obvious, developed purely out of ergonomic rationale. This defining feature flows outwards from the sides before turning tightly back on itself, pushing material properties to the extreme. As a result, the backrest sits forward off the legs, creating space for greater lumbar movement and comfort. 


The chair is made from both solid oak and veneer, and stacks for efficient transportation.


Design by Marcel Sigel


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