Exploring the boundaries between art and design, the 9.5° Chair is a result of studying Plato’s notion of the ideal chair. Subject to a creative process of experimentation, the 9.5° Chair transcends our expectations, becoming more than a simple form that follows function.
The sculptural chair is fully functional for seating
Featured as the museum chair at Knut Hamsun Museum in Norway
Part of the permanent collection at Trapholt Museum in Denmark
Won the award “Furniture of the year” in 2014
Natural materials will come with peculiarities and develop a characteristic patina over time
Daily cleaning is done with a soft cloth wrung out in clean water
Avoid using cleaners containing any type of chemicals on the furniture
After cleaning, the wood should be dried with a soft cloth to prevent streaks and scratches.
Design by Rasmus B. Fex, 2014
Made in Lithuania
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