RBM noor chair by form us with love + stokkeaustad + gronlund design
RBM noor chair by form us with love + stokkeaustad + gronlund design RBM noor chair by form us with love + stokkeaustad + gronlund design
apr 12, 2013

RBM noor chair by form us with love + stokkeaustad + gronlund design

form us with love: RBM noor chair at milan oasisimage © jonas lindström



built on a molded seat with four different leg structures, the ‘rbm noor’ chair by stockholm-based studio form us with love creates more than fourteen different configurations available to dismantle and recycle. the flexibility carefully brings the chair to a new level of usability.


‘rbm noor’ is the result of a contemporary take on manufacturer and designer relations, rediscovering scandinavian design in a quadruple venture between chair producer scandinavian business seating and design studios stokkeaustad and grønlund design. during the development process, teams were placed at a creative research centre located at an isolated fjord in the west of norway – working without computers and only panoramic views of the sea at hand. together, the groups sketched, discussed and worked thoroughly to find the ultimate solution for a high volume contract seating solution.  the ‘RBM noor chair’ is being presented at milan oasis during milan design week 2013.



fourteen different chair options all available to dismantle and recycleimage © jonas lindström



the chair built on a molded seat with four different leg structuresimage © jonas lindström



image © jonas lindström



RBM noor chair in context at milan oasis

image © jonas lindström


  • wow!innovative designers. i like the way they copy vitra´s hal chair series. impressive!

    same same says:
  • you should really be careful to not give all the credit to FUWL. There were a lot of other parties that you mention in the text. However, the title, which most people read, is misleading.

    signa says:

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