Stackable wooden chair
The Green chair excites with its apparent simplicity, which embodies a unique formal sophistication created from concrete functional needs. The essential profile perfectly integrates the structural components, the compound curves of the backrest inspire cosiness, and the shape of the seat follows the logic of its usability, even in public settings, where being stackable is a real plus. Citing the Nordic chairs of the 1930s, it proposes legs with an unexplored oversized section, giving rise to youthful but wise proportions. Green thus becomes a chair in which opposites quieten one another and contrast is resolved in a refined, intimate world made of wood.