Another find from New York during my Soho window shopping spree last week…
This one is called the Stitch Chair.
It is a simple but ingeniously designed folding chair made of aluminum plate…basically a modern twist on the old school metal folding chair.
When I first saw the chair in Cappellini’s Wooster Street window, I didn’t realize it was a folding chair…I simply thought it was a very good looking metal side chair or dining chair. I loved the bright colors and the sleek design. When I entered the store, I saw that this chair was even more interesting because it actually folded to a razor thin width (making it very easy to store and great for small homes, apartments or lofts).
Here’s what Cappellini has to say about the Stitch Chair:
“Designed by Adam Goodrum – 2008. Folding chair completely manufactured with aluminium plate, available polish lacquered in white, blue, yellow, grey, red and black colors or in a multicolored version in a fixed combination of the same colours. Feet in white polypropylene. Stitch Chair is a new typology of product for Cappellini and allows, thanks to its hinges, to have a chair that can reduce to minimum its dimensions when folded up. It has also a personalized cardboard packaging.”
THE FOLDING OF A STITCH CHAIR…SEE BELOW
1. Here is the fully opened chair below (red, grey and white chairs)….
2. ….the yellow chair is half way to being folded up below….
3. …and this is the fully collapsed folding chair below.
Stitch Chair can be found at:
Cappellini 152 Wooster St. New York, NY 10012 (212) 966 0669 (Ask for Anthony)
All photos in this post by Coco of Cococozy
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