.03 Stacking Chair 1999
Van Severen, 1999
DesignReasons sells the .03 stacking chair, a modern Vitra chair designed by Van Severen which is a high-end stacking chair that can be used in almost all kinds of spaces. The shell, with its linear silhouette and flexible integral foam construction, is aerodynamically designed: when the sitter leans back, the upper part of the backrest yields slightly. Built-in leaf springs give added resilience to the backrest and this stacking chair returns it to the original position when pressure is removed. This makes .03 modern Vitra stacking chair so unexpectedly comfortable. The .03 Vitra modern stacking chair can be viewed at the restaurants at Perelman Museum and the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia, PA.
The .03 high-end Vitra chair offers many advantages, especially for use in public spaces: it can be compactly stacked (up to 20 chairs), has linking connectors with or without seat numbers and is robust and easy to clean.
Integral polyurethane foam shell, back with integrated leaf springs, back legs in tubular steel, front legs in aluminium profile.