With the addition of four different bases, Fiber has flourished into a fully-fledged family of 39 chairs, confident of finding the ideal style to suit the individual home, office or other public setting.
Iskos-Berlin is a Copenhagen-based design duo that has made International headlines within furniture, industrial and graphic design. The studio, formerly known as Komplot Design has collaborated with some of the World's most prestigious manufacturers and their furniture, lighting and other design products are exhbited at numerous design museums around the World including MoMA and the Danish Design Museum.
ISKOS-BERLIN ABOUT THE DESIGN OF THE FIBER CHAIR:
“One of the most difficult and noble disciplines is to design without eccentricity. To create simple, well-functioning, almost ordinary objects that nevertheless have strong identities. We designed Fiber chair to do just that with a clear sculptural language that refuses to compromise on comfort. It’s a chair stripped of all unnecessary layers leaving the chair with a seat, back and armrests that is integrated in one harmonious shell, perfect for nesting yourself into. The iconic form marries soft, embracing curves with an environmentally friendly wood fiber composite, giving Fiber chair a distinctive tactile texture while also keeping it 100% recyclable.”
The Fiber chair has been designed to balance maximum comfort with minimum space. The chair has been produced from an innovative bio-composite material that includes 25% wood fibres. From a distance, the shell appears to be normal smooth plastic, however, when viewed up close the tiny pieces of the wooden fibres become apparent, giving the chair a whole new character.
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|Height||76,5 cm, seat height 46 cm|
|Width||51 cm, seat width 42 cm|
|Depth||58 cm, seat depth 40 cm|
|Material||Shell consists of a wood and plastic composition with 25% wood fibers, 70% PP (polyproplen). Sled base is made from powder coated steel. Textile upholstery from Kvadrat.|