Gil Chair

The Gil Chair was conceived from the idea of providing a formal variation in the traditional way of structuring a chair, inserting the side sleepers above the seat, and configuring a support for the sit / stand movement, without constituting itself in conventional arms. The production process of this chair requires more than 50 guides and jigs, in an assembly of parts that connect only through precise fittings, without using screws. The finish is done with Indian shellac or oil.


Authorship: Julia Krantz and Lucas Nishiwaki
Technical consultancy: Morito Ebine

Measures: L630xD430xH790(mm)
Average weight (varies depending on wood): 5kg
Wood: Freijó