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The Invisible Chair: Architect-Designed Cafe Seating

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The Invisible Chair: Architect-Designed Cafe Seating

July 19, 2013

Designed by Stockholm-based architect Johannes Norlander, the graceful indoor/outdoor Kyparn Chair can be stacked when not in use.

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Above: A pair of the armchairs on the porch of a small summerhouse; photograph by Patric Johansson.

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Above: The Kyparn Chair is lightweight, stackable, and made from an unbroken, curving line of solid steel with pipe steel legs; it’s £180 from Exterior Interior.

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Above: All pieces of steel are electroplated and powder-coated.

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N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on April 14, 2009.

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