Ono Chair by Matthias Weber

Ono Chair by Matthias Weber for Swiss chair manufacturer Dietiker.

Plain and nevertheless independent: the solid wood chair Ono has more to offer than dynamic, timeless design. Thanks to the low weight and its stackability – which one does not see at first glance – it is suitable for object seating as well as for the private realm. The Ono is even more unmistakable but just as practical as an armrest chair. Both versions are optionally available in beech, oak and American walnut as well as optionally with seat cushions for even more comfort.

About Matthias Weber

Matthias Weber, born 1973 in Zurich, completed an apprenticeship as a mechanic before he studied industrial design at the Zurich University of Arts (ZHdK). After his education he worked as an industrial designer with Haeberli Marchand Product Development (Zurich), with Gebrüder Thonet GmbH (Frankenberg) and with Christophe Marchand Product Development (Zurich). In 2004, he switched to the agency from Hannes Wettstein in order to take care of the furniture design projects there. Together with the star designer he developed furniture for national and international clients such as Accademia, Fiam Italia and Eric Jorgensen. Many of the team’s works have been awarded a price. Among other things, Weber created the Ono solid wood chair for Dietiker. Since Wettstein’s death in July 2008 Matthias Weber heads the furniture and product department at Studio Hannes Wettstein as chief of design.

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