The Result Chair, created by Friso Kramer and Wim Rietveld, is identified with its resilience, adaptability and lightness.
A collection originally created by Friso Kramer and Wim Rietveld in Ahrend in the 1950s and now re-launched by Hay. It was considered a triumph in its innovative use of sheet steel, when it was initially launched in the 50s, giving a new direction for use in organic form products. Today, both as a collection and as single pieces, it is remarkable for its thrifty use of materials, light enough to move and its simplistic construction. Its functional excellence and aesthetic lightness has proven itself in real environments for several generations. The Result chair is characterized by a thin sheet steel base with seat and back in oak, which maintains maximum flexibility, lightness and strength, while maintaining the minimalist design. A very popular chair in schools in the 50s. Its lightweight, stackable design and durable quality make it suitable for use in educational institutions and corporate environments. Available in various wood finishes and basic colors.
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