- Muscat Occasional Table
- Röthlisberger Kollektion
- Carmen Greutmann Bolzern, Urs Greutmann Bolzern
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The chair is remarkable for its formal simplicity, for its solid, ergonomically shaped backrest and the ingenuity of the underpinning. And to guarantee maximum stability, it is assembled using a variation on the traditional mortise and tenon joint – a kind of inverse mortise and tenon, as it were. Which helps explain the sheer elegance of this chair – which incidentally can be supplemented with a matching footstool.
Set beside the chair, the small, three-legged side table with the eye-catching hole-cum-grip in the middle of its round, marble-like mineral-based tabletop, looks like a playful, almost whimsical comment on its Bauhaus-style big brother.