stapel 1-683

Factory design, 1949

Its characteristic kidney shape contrasts stapel to the then popular Carpenter style in Switzerland. The robust chair's name says it all—this solid wooden chair is perfectly easy to stack.

stapel, a 1949 in-house construction, anticipated the 1950s' use of shape with its new free life style. Its characteristic kidney shape contrasts stapel to the then popular Carpenter style in Switzerland. The robust chair's name says it all—this solid wooden chair is perfectly easy to stack. Its manufacturing process is particularly complex because its rear legs are turned in different diameters prior to bending. Front as well as rear legs are also used in Max Bill's kreuzzargenstuhl launched two years later. This chair has recently been re-interpreted with a larger seat frame and a more pronounced curved shape.

Upholstered seat, moulded plywood back, rear legs and seat frame of solid bentwood, stackable, stackable, optional row connector
W47, D54, H81, SH47

Materials
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Natural beech HG 520
Natural oak HG 530
White beech HG 330
Light grey beech HG 340
Grey beech HG 350
Black beech HG 203
Anthracite beech HG 200
Black ash / oak HG 580
Stained smoked oak HG 535
Ebony beech HG 100
Wenge beech HG 110
Mahagony beech HG 130
Maron beech HG 120
Maron beech HG 151
Whitewashed beech HG 172
Desired colour on reques