kibisi: 'tube chair ' for hay kibisi: 'tube chair ' for hay
feb 01, 2010

kibisi: 'tube chair ' for hay

‘tube chair’ by KIBISI image © designboom

finally in production, the ‘tube chair’ by KIBISI was shown in its final version at maison et objet 2010 in paris. first presented at stockholm furniture fair in 09 the danish company hay now produces ‘tube chair’, which has been developed for the project 8 HOUSE, designed by BIG. 

‘tube chair’ is a stackable chair manufactured of wood and aluminum image © designmboom

a view from behind image © designmboom

side view of ‘tube chair’

‘tube chair’ color contrast and plain color

close-up on ‘tube chair’‘tube chair’ by KIBISI

‘tube chair’ by KIBISI

‘tube chair’ color range

the prototype nicely shows the joints between aluminum and wood image © designmboom

a view from below of ‘tube chair’ image © designboom

lars holme larsen, bjarke ingels and jens martin skibsted, KIBISI partners

KIBISI founded by kilo design / lars holme larsen, BIG / bjarke ingels and skibsted ideation / jens martin skibsted, it is a concept-driven industrial design firm in copenhagen. each partner contributes with intelligence and experience from within his specific field providing KIBISI with cutting edge knowledge and knowhow within the fields of architecture, design, furniture, electronics, transportation, contemporary culture and lifestyle. having collaborated on multiple projects for years, lars, bjarke and jens martin decided to turn their intuitive inclination for design into a full time collaboration.

  • …I love it!!!

    iarita says:
  • Beautiful!!

    scottallyn says:
  • Awesome !!

    Probably one of the best projects I have seen in a while ! I think it’s an example of what design is supposed to be .. fucking clever and fucking beautiful. Too much quasi-art rubbish is being made nowdays.

    Cr says:
  • Way to much form. No freshness.

    M says:
  • estetically great but…does it is really comfortable to sit on this seat? on a serie of tubes? I’d like to try…

    Silvia says:
  • nice, but I can’t see the “f…… clever” part

    noes' says:
  • It is a nice! I do have concerns about it’s comfort. I also agree with Scott about too much f….. quasi-art design being produce.

    Rome says:
  • Brilliant..

    Penghao says:
  • It looks more suited as an outdoor bench, not so much an indoor chair, as its form suggests.

    leowmc says:
  • wow….

    Ajay Sekar says:
  • How is the aluminium and wood joined…?
    If its glued, the products sucks.
    Anything else…good product i guess.

    Brown says:

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