Urs Esposito, 1998
Urs Esposito, a student of Antonio Citterio's, has designed a very robust stackable chair for horgenglarus.
Urs Esposito, a student of Antonio Citterio's, has designed a very robust stackable chair for horgenglarus. The steel tube perimeter of the wooden seat makes it resistant to any potential impact when the party gets going in the room. Most of all, however, the construction is space-saving because its stack height is only 20mm. 20 chairs fit on a chair trolley, so up to three times more chairs can be stored in the depot. This makes the multi-purpose chair particularly useful for huge events or community rooms.
Seat and back moulded plywood, metal frame chrome-plated, stackable, optional row connector
W50, D54, H81, SH47
Architect and industrial designer in Zurich. Studied at ETH Zurich and at the Domus Academy. Founder of www.architektur-forum.ch and of the international competence centre for architecture and digital media.