Natural Oak Mosquito Chair
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Despite its rich history – inspired by a legendary architect and founded in 1952 – Rex Kralj’s timeless wooden furniture has a modern appeal, owing to its simplicity, emphasis on functionality and accomplished craftsmanship. The Mosquito Chair was first designed by Niko Kralj himself in 1953, to resemble the silhouette and lightness of a mosquito – from the wing-like seat with its central join, to the dramatically angled legs. It's inspired by Eames' early moulded plywood experiments, and has a similarly mid-century look that's great for dining rooms and home offices.
Founded by Niko Kralj in 1952, Slovenian furniture brand Rex Kralj was first launched as a homage to the designs of legendary Slovenian architect Rex Kralj – bringing his iconic style into homes, and keeping his legacy alive. Each piece is heavily influenced by Rex’s most infamous designs, like the Rex chair – an iconic piece of 20th century industrial design and a permanent feature in the MoMA in NYC. And Niko himself is just as iconic, having received the Slovenian award for culture in recognition of his achievements in architecture and design. Based on the past, but designed for the future – his timeless, simple furniture is created with an emphasis on craftsmanship and attention to detail. It results in a subtle mid-century meets industrial aesthetic, thanks to a heavy reliance on natural wood, minimal silhouettes and functional features, like chairs that fold away for easy storage.
• Materials: Oak, Walnut Wood • Total Width: 51 cm • Total Depth: 46 cm • Total Height: 81 cm • Seat Height: 47 cm • Seat Width: 46 cm • Seat Depth: 44,5 cm • Product Weight: 7 kg • Wood Type: Plywood • Packing: Width: 53 cm, Depth 48 cm, Height 84 cm.
• When dirty or dusty, please tend to your chair using a clean, damp cloth before leaving it to dry. If any substantial moisture remains after cleaning it, please wipe the surface dry to avoid any staining.