An iconic piece of furniture by the advocate of “new simplicity”: Jasper Morrison’s Monopod of 2008 is a sculpture in the room, which reminds us of objects out of stone or wood with its shape.
Massive and heavy is how the Monopod stands on the floor and it gets younger in an elegant cone-like backrest. Monopod comes together with sofas and bigger loungers in the living room as a small visitors’ armchair, and it represents public areas thanks to its solid construction – which also makes it wonderfully suitable for entrance halls. The construction of the armchair with an interior cushioned plastic seat ensures the precise shape of the Monopod even when it is used for a longer time, and it simultaneously offers exceptional sitting comfort.
The corpus of the Vitra Monopod consists of polyethylene. Seat and backrests are cushioned with comfortable polyurethane foam, while the outside is coated with leather.