The first collaboration between designer Arik Levy and furniture brand Keilhauer has resulted in Chips, a collection of chairs available in plastic, wood, or upholstery. This versatile seating responds to the issues of today's flexible work space: "Though nearly transparent in space," Chips features "fluid lines which wrap around the seat and backrest." The curve of the chair allows for ergonomic comfort too, making Chips ideal for all sorts of contract and residential applications-from the conference room to the kitchen table.
Stacking Chair with Slim Profile
Although Chips is available without arms, it is the armrest that offers a sense of dynamism: "The optional armrest and sleek curves of the chair's frame appear to chase each other, creating the illusion of perpetual movement," explains Keilhauer. The plastic shell is available in ten colors; the wood shell in two colors; and the upholstered version in any Keilhauer textile, Keilhauer leather, or COM/COL.