contemporary restaurant chair / upholstered / swivel / with washable removable cover
GUGGEN by André Kikoski
Ligne Roset Contracts
upholstered, swivel, with washable removable cover
fabric, beech, leather, steel
white, blue, gray, brown
Designed by André Kikoski for the new restaurant at the Guggenheim Museum, New York, the Guggen chair is now being produced by Ligne Roset. Cross-shaped base in flat steel, surmounted by a steel cylinder which supports a pleasingly thick one-piece seat/back which rotates 360°. This central cylinder-stem brings great visual lightness, along with a strong personality not shared by all of its four-legged counterparts. The upholstered seat is lightly curved so that the occupant will feel completely supported. The three bands of quilting on the back suggest a soft welcome. Its truncated shape which points to the sky confers on it an élan which only adds to its visual lightness. It is also available with a cross-shaped wire base, and with 4 anthracite-stained solid beech legs.