A modern design by Danish designer Nanna Ditzel.
The semi-circular shape of the back emphasizes the play of light and shadow that gives the chair a strikingly daring aspect. The chair is stackable and can optionally be supplied with upholstery.
The chair was first presented in 1993, heralded as a breakthrough for the use of CNC technology. Both lightweight and stackable, the carved fret work on the curved back of the handrail not only provides ventilation and optimal user comfort, it also gently plays with sunlight and shade and casts beautiful patterns on the floor.
The Trinidad chair looks good in many settings, a post-modern milestone in the history of plywood chairs.
Information: Height: 85 cm x Width: 48.5 cm x Depth: 57 cm
Seat height: 45.5 cm
Stackable up to 8 high.
Smoke stained lacquered oak or black lacquered ash with a black steel frame.
About the designer:
Nanna Ditzel (1923-2005) was a Danish furniture designer. She studied at the Danish School of Arts and Crafts and the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, graduating in 1946. Her works include joinery, jewelry, crockery and textiles.