big game: castor chair for karimoku new standard big game: castor chair for karimoku new standard
apr 17, 2012

big game: castor chair for karimoku new standard

‘castor chair’ by big-game image courtesy of big-game

switzerland-based design firm big-game presents their ‘castor chair’ for japanese furniture company karimoku new standard during milan design week 2012. the seat is compact and can stack up to six pieces at a time. the wide and curved back promotes comfort and support to the user. the object is a new addition to the ‘castor’ series that consists of a bench, shelf and colored stools which are made by using a small diameter of oak. the items derive from a deep understanding of craftsmanship, bound together with innovative technologies to build create designs that meet a high quality and sustainability.

‘castor chair’ by big-game image courtesy of big-game

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the chair is made using small diameters of oak

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