In Between Armchair
In Between Armchair by Sami Kallio plays with the relationship between positive and negative space. The chair is light and thin, yet strong (due to the classical techniques of compression molding and woodturning). Its design is minimal. The back and side panels provide a concrete shape and support, while forms are created equally by the distance that separates them.
The armchair is available without upholstery in the form of SK1. The fabric or leather upholstered seat of In Between Armchair SK2 is the perfect addition to the wooden chair: it embraces modern lifestyles and long, cozy dinners around the dining table, without compromising the chair’s light and elegant expression. For more from the series, see the In Between stool.
Sami Kallio was born in Finland and raised in Sweden, where he honed his skills in traditional woodworking craftsmanship, such as compression molding and woodturning. An award-winning designer with a studio based in Gothenburg, Kallio designs furniture and interiors translating classical shapes into contemporary expressions with an industrial aesthetic which resonate with a modern-minded audience. Man and machine both play a role in many of Kallio’s creations. Merging modern methods of industrial manufacturing with handcrafted techniques. The result is a refreshing balance between the past and the present.