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The Naïve chair uses six equal parts for legs and backrest.

Details: Naive is a simply constructed wooden chair designed by etc.etc. studio for Lithuanian furniture brand Emko.

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The chair uses six equal parts that act as legs and backrest. This simplifies the chair’s assembly and makes production and transportation more efficient.

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The chair comes flat-packed in a small box and is easily put together by screwing the six legs into a scooped ash seat.

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Says etc.etc., “Our starting idea was to design a chair that could be drawn by a four year old – a seat and six sticks. The main challenge was to combine the parts in precise angles and lengths to create comfortable sitting and a welcoming posture.”

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The chair can be used with or without a soft “pullover” (upholstery!) for more comfort and is available in six colours or natural oiled ash. The user can also mix the colours for of all the parts.

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Naive will be presented at Maison et Objet 2015 together with etc.etc.’s previous design for Emko, My Writing Desk.

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