StammplatzDesign by Alfredo Häberli
Inspired by the traditional handmade wooden chairs,
used in the Swiss Alps.
The Stammplatz chair is originally designed to complement the Stammtisch tables, also by Alfredo Haberli. The design looks simple, but the details reveal the complete opposite: the edge of the seat is subtly slanted inwards, and the back and seat fit together seamlessly for extremely comfortable sitting. The backrest is a typical example of how Häberli likes to draw, endless lines and iconic shapes. And most of all: surprisingly comfortable and including armrests! The Stammplatz chair has been exhibited amongst others in the Zentrum Paul Klee in Bern/ Switzerland with the theme “Walk the Line” bridging the way both artists work. Stammplatz was designed in conjunction with the Stammtisch table.
Stammplatz is made out of solid oak with a plywood armrest, in a natural or black oak finish. The seat can be upholstered in a variety of fabrics and leather for additional comfort.
Hyatt Regency Zurich (CH)
Museum Paul Klee, Bern (CH)