01 product description
Chair. Frame of steel tubing with rubber webbing. Upholstery: polyurethane with polyester filling. Floor tubing in brushed stainless steel. Cover in fabric or leather.
When a highly individual minimalist like Konstantin Grcic designs his first upholstered furniture, the result is bound to be extraordinary. With his chair, Chaos, he has stretched the boundaries of many conventions and nonetheless, or perhaps even because of this, managed to create the perfect seat: narrow in profile, opulent in the front and rear view, and uninhibitedly "cool" in effect. Chaos is a magical throne which ennobles everyday situations - sitting, waiting, observing - and gives them the aura of something special. A special place for special places.
Height of seat
leather (unspecified), textiles (unspecified)
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05 Articles about ClassiCon and Konstantin Grcic
the roof, too
Product Design students of École Cantonale d’Art de Lausanne had a go at outfitting “Appartement 50” in Marseille’s “Cité Radieuse”. The result is an homage to Le Corbusier that uses plenty of color and adaptable furniture.› To the article
Four legs and a seat shell
Yes, folks, it really does exist: the universal chair of 2015. It was designed by various hands, comes in numerous versions and yet still follows a typology going back to a famous forebear. Ultimately, it is the subtle differences that count.› To the article
Industry is not a dinosaur
On irony, provocative designs, Chair One as a grill, finding treasure troves, the necessity of securing contracts and the fun of advancing existing designs.
Konstantin Grcic in conversation with Thomas Wagner – part 3› To the article