Appropriately named ‘dragonfly’, the design of the chair was derived from observations made on dragonflies, whose bodies are characterized by an imbalance in weight distribution between the front legs and their extended tail. From this formal suggestion, biomimicry influences an idea of a cantilevered seat – a chair with four legs joined on the front, and a seating surface that seems to cheat the force of gravity like an overhang. The engineering process has led to a U-shaped hidden element under the seat that increases the structural integrity. the dynamism of ‘dragonfly chair’ is exalted by characterizing the back of the injection-molded polypropylene shell with ribs that explicitly references the automotive industry.


Frame : High strength steel
Shell : Polypropylene shell available in a variety of colours with or without upholstered seat cushion



Cantilever Base
W 490 mm     H 785 mm     SH 450 mm     D 535 mm 

Wooden Legs
W 460 mm     H 785 mm     SH 450 mm     D 540 mm

Stacking Chair
W 560 mm     H 785 mm     SH 450 mm     D 560 mm

Sled Base
W 540 mm     H 785 mm     SH 450 mm     D 540 mm 

4-Star Base (swivel)
W 480 mm     H 785 mm     SH 450 mm     D 535 mm

4-Star Base (with castors)
W 630 mm     H 765/885 mm     SH 430/520 mm     D 600 mm

Bar Stool Sled Base
W 600 mm     H 1085 mm     SH 750 mm     D 565 mm

Bar Stool Wooden Legs
W 480 mm     H 1085 mm     SH 750 mm     D 560 mm



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