This classic design from 1971 by Joe Colombo has made its way to the absolute peak of design worldwide.
The Multichair can be admired in the permanent collections of the two most famous New York museums for modern art: the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The cushions held together with two leather straps allow a variety of combinations, depending on your mood or occasion.
As a result, the Multichair is fundamentally different to other chairs or armchairs. While chair and armchair are theoretically inflexible and static objects, which are sometimes almost too bulky to move through the room, the Multichair is easy to move, change and adjust.
In fact, it doesn’t even deserve the title of ‘chair’, as you could better understand it as an extension of the human body for periods of calm or social contact, being able to adjust to both the body as well as social situations. A little bit more relaxed or more formal, depending on what you want. No matter the situation, the elegant and very individual image of this premium design by Joe Colombo appears extremely appealing.The intelligent solution speaks for itself, as well as the texture and finishing of the material - so clearly that a fleeting passer-by can’t miss it.