italian furnishing company plank continues its tradition of producing high quality wooden products with the latest ‘remo’ chair — developed by german designer konstantin grcic. the piece has been showcased at salone del mobile 2015. the defining characteristic of  the chair is an interlocking joint that attaches the curved seat and vertical support to a horizontal back rest.

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konstantin grcic’s remo chair design is available in stackable and non-stackable versions
iall images by matteo imbriani/ © plank srl

 

 

 

made of laminated bent plywood, the remo chair designed by konstantin grcic  for plank is simultaneously lightweight and robust; its two-piece construction requires mechanical expertise, alongside hand-finishing, for a final outcome that is both resilient and comfortable. the proposed furniture comes either in bent plywood or metal-legged — both options are available in stackable and non-stackable designs.

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rear view of the furniture — black version
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the characteristic detail of remo chair is its two-piece construction — white version
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konstantin grcic designs stackable, plywood remo chair for plank
the furniture is simultaneously lightweight and looks robust
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remo chair for plank, with wooden legs — black, red and light-wooden tones available
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side view of the remo chair
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the remo chair in a light-colored wood tone — made from laminated, bent plywood
all images by matteo imbriani/ © plank srl

konstantin grcic designs stackable, plywood remo chair for plank
an interlocking joint attaches the curved seat and back to a horizontal back rest
all images by matteo imbriani/ © plank srl

konstantin grcic designs stackable, plywood remo chair for plank
stackable plywood remo chair — gray and light-wooden tones
all images by matteo imbriani/ © plank srl

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the seat and backrest of the remo chair are created in a two-part construction process 
all images by matteo imbriani/ © plank srl

 

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