Chair with woven seat
Betty TK1 is a stackable chair from & tradition It is distinguished by its simple form and special details. Highlighted in the chair is the seat of linen fabric, which usually remains hidden under an upholstery. The designers Jakob Thau & Sami Kallio, both trained carpenters with a master's degree in design, have made it their task to create a seat that fits into any room and is comfortable at the same time.
"The fabric design means that the chair is not only lightweight but also has an airy, almost transparent presence. On the other hand, it is strong and flexible as the fabric adapts to the body." Sami Kallio
The fabric straps, made of linen fibres, are hand-braided and perfectly fitted to the chair frame. Rounded chair legs and a slightly curved back complete the design and create a harmonious overall appearance. The chair owes its name to the Betty Nansen Theater in Copenhagen, a wooden pavilion from the year 185. 7.
The chair is available Betty TK1 chair from & tradition in different colours, which can also be combined excellently with each other at the dining table.