I’ve featured the Myto by Konstantin Grcic earlier. In 2008 I took this photo of a stack of Mytos and then forgot about it until I rediscovered the photo.
Traffic Armchair by Konstantin Grcic for Magis as #1 of the new Private 999 armchair book
Citizen Highback Chair by Konstantin Grcic for Vitra (Via Archi Products)
CITIZEN reinterprets the traditional lounge chair in an unconventional way. The chair’s structure and shape are defined by a framework in bent tubular steel, while a freely suspended seat cushion offers an entirely new seating experience. Hanging on just three steel cables from the tubular frame, the seat can move in all directions, creating a pleasant swinging movement.
The correlation between the tubular steel frame and upholstered elements gives CITIZEN its character. The frame defines the spatial structure of the lounge chair, the seat and backrest add volume and colour. All elements of the chair are exposed lending the design visual lightness and a sporty nonchalance.
CITIZEN is available in two versions: the eye-catching CITIZEN Highback offering an extra degree of comfort, and the less conspicuous CITIZEN Lowback, which can be used for conference situations and larger lounge areas.
Project assistant: Sami Ayadi (KGID)
Via Konstantin Grcic
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