The stackable Elbow Chair is designed in 1956, and put in production in 2005, and quickly established its position as a modern classic, winning the ICFF Editors' Award in New York the same year.
The Elbow Chair's characteristic steam-bent backrest, crafted from a single piece of solid wood, provides arm and lower back support and enables a variety of seating positions. The shape of the backrest is mirrored in the uniquely constructed upholstered seat, which is crafted from curved, compression-molded veneer and appears to float above the legs.
The structure is available in different finishes and in lacquered versions. Upholstery is available in different shades of fabric and leather.