Kitt chair, compelling visual and narrative properties
Published on March 19, 2018
At the forefront of innovation on many levels, Kitt is a flat-packed, affordable component chair that can be assembled by the user in just a few easy steps. Equipped with a 4 mm thin plywood seat and back, its lightweight hollow frame and connectors are made from plastic, featuring a special clip that provides comfort by making the back flexible.
Largely developed at the Munich studio, it embraces the efficiency of mass production, while setting new standards for distribution.
A strong industrial furniture design with compelling visual and narrative properties. Kitt ships in a tiny box and is assembled almost without the use of tools.
The seat and back are in stained ash veneer, the legs are solid wood, while the frame of the seat is made in sturdy polyamide that almost resembles wood and thus has a subtle visual appearance, unless you choose a contrasting colour to achieve a creative clash. Kitt is cool in principle, price and production.
Together with Dominik Hammer
Universal Chair – ash veneered plywood, solid wood, various polyamides