COVER chair, designed by Thomas Bentzen, is a modern reinterpretation of the classic wooden armchair.

Colli size
1 pc
Country of origin
Latvia
Depth
46cm
Gross weight
7.3kg
Height
76cm
Material
Wood
Net weight
5kg
Packaging height
80cm
Packaging length
53cm
Packaging width
58cm
Seat height
46cm
Upholstery colour
Leather Silk SIL0842 Black
Width
56.5cm
Year
2013

In a clever design choice, thin form pressed plywood covers are given the dual role of working as comfortable armrests, while at the same time ensuring that the chair holds together. COVERs contemporary design gives it a strong personality and with a frame produced from solid beech wood it is extremely robust and hardwearing. The chair is also very versatile, at home at the dining table, as a desk chair, in a restaurant, hotel room, or any other public setting.

Cleaning instructions:
Use moist cloth first and wipe off excess liquid with dry cloth. For upholstery versions: Remove non-greasy stains by carefully dabbing with a lint-free cloth or sponge wrung out in clean warm water. If necessary, clean by dabbing with soapy water with a little dish soap. Finally, dab the surface with clean water. See kvadrat.dk for further cleaning and maintainance intructions for your textile.


Thomas Bentzen

THOMAS BENTZEN, former designer at Louise Campell Studio, started his own studio in 2010. He is the co-founder of the design collective REMOVE and his products have received international recognition at fairs and exhibtions all over the world.

THOMAS BENTZEN'S DESIGN PHILOSOPHY
“I like to create objects that are functional and simple and meet the human need while in use - and simply create joy while not. For me durability means quality, form and functionality. And putting an immense amount of energy into making virtues out of necessities.”

THOMAS BENTZEN ON NEW NORDIC DESIGN
“To me Scandinavian design has always been about honesty and functionality comprised with poetry. I like it that way. And I think Scandinavian designers have succeeded in bringing their heritage into a time where we no longer stand next to the cabinetmaker, but are challenged and thrilled by new materials and new ways to produce.”


In fact, our name Muuto, inspired by the Finnish word muutos, means new perspective.