Cantilever chair entirely made of plastic in black, white, traffic red, pure orange, yellow green, light blue. Stackable, for in and outdoor, recycable. Mod. 1207-20 dimensions (cm): height: 82 / seat height: 46 / depth: 55 / width: 51 Design Awards: - 2008 ICFF Editors Awards Multiple Production - iF Product Design Award 2009 - Interior Innovation Award Imm Cologne 2009 - Best of the Best in Category Best Item and Materials Innovation - Brit Insurance Design Award 2009, Best of category Furniture - Australian International Design Award 2009 – Best of Furniture Design - ADI Compasso d’Oro XXII 2011 Represented in following Museum Collections: - Die Neue Sammlung, The Design Museum - Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, Germany - MoMA – The Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA - Art Institute of Chicago, USA - Deutsches Museum, München, Germany - Kunststoffmuseum Düsseldorf, Germany - Bröhan Design Foundation, Berlin, Germany - Vitra Design Museum, Weil a. Rhein, Germany - Badisches Landesmuseum, Karlsruhe, Germany - The Design Museum, London, Great Britain - Jerusalem Design Museum, Israel - Designsammlung Uni Wuppertal, Germany - Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Germany - Design Museum Helsinki, Finland - Indianapolis Museum of Art, USA Publications: MYTO print documentary by Meirè e Meirè

BASF, KONSTANTIN GRCIC and PLANK achieved to develop a cantilever chair entirely made from plastic in an unique collaboration. The re-interpretation of the historical design icon and the development time of just over a year was a challenge for all parties involved. The plastic Ultradur® High Speed provides the necessary flowability to inject MYTO as one monoblock with a supporting frame structure and a perforated seat and back that convey the feeling of flexibility which is typical for a cantilever chair. Application areas: Contract, office, domestic - for in and outdoor use. Technical details: MYTO cantilever chair, entirely made of Ultradur® High Speed plastic in black, white, traffic red, pure orange, yellow green, and light blue. Stackable, UV light resistant, good chemical resistance, cold / heat resistant, 100% recyclable.

Company The History of Plank begins in 1893. The basic objective has always been the investigation and intensive research for technological possibilities connected to design.