Stokke chair by GUBI

Stokke chair

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Designer Jens Quistgaard
Launched in 1965
Architonic id 1131321

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The Quistgaard Collection

Jens Quistgaard designed the Stokke chair in 1965. With its tapered cylindrical form, the chair is not on-ly original in its expression, but also in its construction. Assembled without screws and brackets, the form is held together by inner tension, inspired by the sails on a ship. Designed at a time when rosewood and dark furniture was fashionable, the Stokke chair quickly became popular. Gubi’s relaunched Stokke chair is as close a replica of the original design as pos-sible. However, it is now manufactured in black-stained oak, making it better suited to today’s modern home.


Product group: Seating Lounge area / Waiting room Armchairs Lounge chairs open base open base with armrests with armrests with seat and backrest upholstered with seat and backrest upholstered with seat in leather with seat in leather with base in steel with base in steel with sled base with sled base
Designer: Jens Quistgaard

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