Tacta Chair

The Tacta chair’s distinctive profile
developed out of the idea of extending
the legs as two sinuous lines of timber
that touch and separate to form the arms
and backrest, creating an elegant sculptural
form that is both comfortable and visually
refined. From this simple strategy has
emerged a design that feels unequivocally
modern, but also speaks quietly of its
antecedents in Thonet’s bentwood chairs
and the organic lines of Danish
midcentury furniture.

Project Team
Stefan Dold, Fergus Laidlaw, Chris Masson

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