They say home is where the heart is. In this sense stabellen chairs have been at the heart of countless family homes, chalets and rustic taverns in the German-speaking alpine region for centuries. Japanese designer Tomoko Azumi has re-interpreted this classic chair design by mixing innovation with tradition. Stabellö’s unique look makes it a versatile candidate for contemporary lofts, trendy bars as well as a traditional mountain chalets. Take a seat and feel at home.Brochure (.pdf) price list CHF (.pdf)
The seat and turned legs are traditionally made of solid wood, while the characteristic backrest is ergonomically moulded and flexible, which makes this timber chair extremely compfortable. The practical fingerholes in the backrest and milled indentation under the seat make Stabellö lighter and easier to lift.
Tomoko Azumi is a japanese product designer, currently living and working in London. Her route into furniture design took her from a degree in Architecture in Kyoto, via the Royal College of Art to the setting up of her own …read more
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