Like a perfectly tailored suit, snug, yet relaxed and with an elastic band that tightening the and highlighting the waist and shape. Myko is inspired both by classic wooden chairs and chairs from the rococo period, but first and foremost clothing.
The method used to upholster the chair creates wrinkles in the back, a contrasting feature in comparison to the otherwise smooth and tight look. A lot of furniture for public environments are designed with a strict form language, which in a lot of cases becomes too strict for home environments as opposed to furniture designed for home environments are perceived to be too facile for public environments.
Myko is a result of a balancing act in designing for both home- and public environments.
The steel base is based on traditional wooden chairs with a crossbar between the legs, but, being made of steel gives the chair a modern look and more character. The chair is also available with a wooden base, giving it a more classic but still unique appearance.
Myko is also available with a castor wheel base, making it a perfect home-office chair.