Skeletal and Sculptural-Looking Chair
Konstantin Grcic once said in an interview: "Something has to happen between objects and humans". It seems as if he had said this as a guiding principle for his Chair One, designed in 2003 for the company Magis. The skeleton-like and sculptural-looking chair is reminiscent of a teaching object from geometry lessons.
Die-Cast Aluminuum with fluoridated titanium
Chair One is by no means a mere avant-garde piece of furniture. The chair is an interaction of material, design and industrial production. It is rust-proof and fire-retardant and therefore predestined for fire-sensitive zones and for outdoor use. Grcic used die cast aluminium for the first time on the entire seat surface additionally treating it with sputtered fluoridated titanium and painting it in polyester powder.
Chair One is a stackable all-metal chair (up to 8 pieces can be stacked)