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Milan 2011: ‘Reversible’ chair by Nicola Stäubli (CH) at Salone Satellite

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 08.04.2011 - Tagged as: , , , , , , ,

'Reversible' chair by Nicola Stäubli, photo by Michael Sieber

The educated architect (ETH) and Bern based designer Nicola Stäubli, alias ‘Nicola from Bern’, will present his newest project, the ‘Reversible’ chair at this year’s Salone Satellite at the Salone del Mobile.

The chair is composed of a pieces of tubular stainless steel. Due to different angles of the tubes’ bending it can be assembled into four different seats.

'Reversible' chair by Nicola Stäubli, photo by Michael Sieber

“By flipping over the rear legs, the chair transforms into a lounge chair and vice versa. The reversible cover, tensed and wrapped around the steel frame, offers two color variations that fit both positions”, Nicola explains. This is smart!

'Reversible' chair by Nicola Stäubli, photo by Michael Sieber

‘Reversible’ chair will be showcased at Salone Satellite, Hall 22, Stand B-44.

'Reversible' chair by Nicola Stäubli, photo by Michael Sieber

'Reversible' chair by Nicola Stäubli, photo by Michael Sieber

'Reversible' chair and lounge chair by Nicola Stäubli, photo by Michael Sieber

'Reversible' lounge chair by Nicola Stäubli, photo by Michael Sieber

'Reversible' chair detail by Nicola Stäubli, photo by Michael Sieber

'Reversible' chair detail by Nicola Stäubli, photo by Michael Sieber

'Reversible' chair "naked" by Nicola Stäubli, photo by Michael Sieber

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