Width 48 cm
Depth 45 cm
Height 83 / 46 cm


Frame finish Elm Natural Oil
Material Elm
Upholstery Leather 2 Elmo Vegeta


Hymnbook shelf options Yes
Linking device Yes
Stackable Yes


Technical sheet (.pdf)

Arkitecture KVT7 can be used with or without seat upholstery.

It is easy to gather into rows for seminar or sacral spaces with a linking device.

Kari Virtanen

The Finnish carpenter Kari Virtanen founded his first workshop at the age of 19. His ambitious approach to the craft caught the attention of the most powerful figures in Finnish design. His first collaboration partners were Alvar Aalto and Kaj Franck. He has been a sought-after partner for designers in need of a skilled cabinetmaker. Virtanen’s works are widely used in public spaces and reception facilities. He creates the pure and restrained design, evolved from the intended use of the object, its structure and the characteristics of wood. The goal is to create an implicit form. Virtanen’s chairs Kiasma have been chosen for the Museum of Contemporary Art, since “it was not designed”. Kari Virtanen has received several awards, for e.g. the Design State Award in Finland in 2005 or the Bruno Mathsson award for Nordic design.

Nikari is a wood design studio and furniture manufacturer, established in 1967.