The new informal
by Fabian Peters | 11/1/2018
Will we still work at desks in future? That was one of the many questions asked at Orgatec 2018 in Cologne. We review the trade fair.
The converging lines of this stainless steel stacking frame are inspired by more traditional folding designs. But in a unique twist, removing the mechanism creates an unprecedented minimalism. Finely balanced on scissor like legs this architectural piece is purely aesthetics driven.
With this extension to a considerable design portfolio, well known Danish Designer, Henrik Pedersen has pioneered a potential classic. Comfort remains priority while form is stripped daringly to a minimum. As Henrik says, “I believe Ryder is neatly reinforcing the classic design concept of less is more.”
Ryder’s slim, powder coated, stainless steel frame boasts a toughness belied by its fine lines. Seemingly delicate sling seat and back panels are made from the most resilient man made materials and offer long-standing weatherproof comfort. Ryder has two frame colours that are each complemented with either plain PVC or more tactile PVC/Textile sling options. The White frame is offered with either White or Seagull sling and the Meteor frame with either Charcoal or Anthracite sling.
shades of grey
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