The Pelt Chair by Benjamin Hubert is Practical & Aesthetically-Pleasing

By: Meghan Young - Published: Oct 5, 2012 • References: benjaminhubert & contemporist
The Pelt Chair may boast a minimalist aesthetic, but it is full of careful details that not only elevate its overall design, but also its practicality. Made to be stackable, the Pelt Chair is a modern update of the more traditional stacking chairs. Colorful and curvaceous, it offers a comfortable embracing backrest that is complete with a cutout handhold for easy portability.

Designed by British designer Benjamin Hubert, the Pelt Chair was created for Portuguese manufacturer De La Espada. Made out of a thin 8mm plywood shell and solid ash frame, up to six Pelt Chairs can be stacked into a single pile. Clean and simple, it will complement any living space. It is available in four muted colors including natural wood, green, red and white. Stats for Shapely Stackable Seating Trending: Older & Mild
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